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Young Jews Making Moves: Emilie Weingarden

Farmington Hills native Emilie Weingarden continues her advocacy for the LGBTQ+ community through her passion for politics. Featured photo by Corrie Colf Emilie Weingarden, 17, has...

Young Jews Making Moves: Emma Cherrin

Emma Cherrin of Huntington Woods is a strong advocate for women's rights both globally and here in our community. Photos courtesy of Emma Cherrin Sixteen-year-old Emma...

Young Jews Making Moves: Lauren Schostak

Lauren Schostak of Huntington Woods engages in causes she believes in while also running her own bagel delivery business. Featured photo and video by Corrie...

Young Jews Making Moves: Lili Tarnopol

Frankel Jewish Academy student, Lili Tarnopol, conveys an important message about the need for change through her artwork. Sixteen-year-old Lili Tarnopol will be a junior...

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