Tel Aviv’s Graffiti Art Movement

On Sunday, March 10th, we went to the Maltz Museum to attend a program titled “Tel Aviv’s Graffiti Art Movement,” which featured a lecture by Ms. Elinoy Kisslove, a very talented and renowned Israeli Graffiti artist. Ms. Kisslove spoke about how she was inspired to do her first graffiti in 2011 by the poor treatment that a woman received for dressing in what some believed to be an inappropriate fashion.

Read More »

Immigration at the Lakewood Library

On Tuesday, March 5th, we sat in on a story time at the Lakewood Public Library involving small children around age five. The event emphasized the immigrant experience as the librarian read aloud books like We Came to America by Faith Ringgold. The children also participated in exercises meant to demonstrate our similarities regardless of our race, culture, or if we immigrated to the United States from another country.  For instance,

Read More »
Scroll to Top