After a few deep breaths, I was jolted from my state of serenity by the blaring sound of what I learned later to be nearly every vehicle in Pittsburgh’s emergency fleet racing down the boulevard perpendicular to my street. Not too unusual for the city, but it seems off.
Abigail Natelson (she/her), Atlanta Fellow, 2019-20
From all of the diverse roles and responsibilities I had this past year, I have come away with three key learnings that I outlined below:
Rachel Bukowitz (she/her), Atlanta Site Development Fellow, 2018-19
When I go to serve a meal every Wednesday, it is the enactment of a wish that someday people may not have to worry about where their next meal is coming from, and a desire to change the system that creates hunger.
Jeremy Nicholson (he/him), Harlem Fellow, 2018-20
Being Jewish now meant engaging in social justice and service. I remain thankful to Repair the World for facilitating the even deeper personal exploration of the intersection of Judaism and social justice.
Becca Lerman (she/her), Philadelphia Fellow, 2017-18