I talk with Sarah Rivkah Kohn, the founder of Links, about how her work supporting grieving children has changed since covid. She shares what happens when a global pandemic leaves behind a lot of orphans, why she feels it’s important the messaging she puts out in fundraising aligns with the messages she gives the kids, and the logistics of how a fundraising campaign comes together Sarah Rivkah Kohn is the founder & director of Links an organization that provides emotional support to children & teens who lost a parent. As someone who lost her mother at age 9, Sarah Rivkah gets the pain and has curated a team of successful adults who also lost a parent as children and can...
I talk with Nurit Siegal, a writer and scholar, about her work. She shares what it was like to struggle with a language issue as a child, her pivot from radical feminist to Orthodox Jew, why she’s not interested in reconciling those two worlds, and we discuss antisemitism in the modern age in a historical context
I talk with Yaeli Vogel, an artist, about her work. She shares how she found her own way in the creative arts field, her fascination with business, how her products make her art more accessible, and the process of bringing them to market. Plus we discuss the difference between copying and being inspired when making creative works.
I talk with my sister, Charnie Barak, about her birth experiences. She shares how a bad experience with her first birth led her to explore the world of birthing and got her to hypnoborthing , what she learned about the verbiage of birth, sort of becoming a doula and her increasingly better birth stories.