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 #rolemodelmonday IS BACK! Naomi Alderman was born in London, the daughter of Geoffrey Alderman, who is a specialist in Anglo-Jewish history. Alderman's literary debut came in 2006 with Disobedience, a well-received, if somewhat controversial novel about a North London rabbi's lesbian daughter living in New York, which won her the 2006 Orange Award for New Writers. Alderman became a strong advocate for feminism in her teenage years and has been a strong supporter of women's rights throughout her lifetime and career. Alderman is a strong advocate of the women’s movement, which inspired her works such as The Power. She advocates for young women to embrace their abilities and awaken the same empowerment in older generations of women. She does not agree with the ideology of men or women being superior to the other, but of the thought all people are equal and should be treated as such. Her viewpoint and support of women's rights has held great influence over her life's work.
 RSY-Netzer are doing a sponsored walk to raise money for the amazing work of Kibbutz Eshbal in the Galil region of Israel. The kibbutz helps at risk youths! If you want to do please follow the link in the bio! Every little helps! ‍♀️‍♂️
 THE TIME HAS COME TO DESIGN THIS YEARS SUMMER T-SHIRT! DO YOU WANT YOUR DESIGN TO BE WORN BY HUNDREDS OF PEOPLE? THEN SEND YOUR DESIGNS IN BY 7TH MAY! please send them to lucy.prevezer@rsy-netzer.org.uk — making art.
 Veidah is over for another year! It was incredibly exciting and many decisions were made which will once again change RSY-Netzer forever! We had an amazing time and hope you all enjoyed our updates!  #unanaaaaaaay
 Today is Yom Hashoah - Holocaust Memorial Day in the Hebrew Calendar. Today and this week 14 RSY-Netzer bogrim took part in March of the Living and marched from Auschwitz I to Auschwitz Birkenau as a tribute to the 6 millions Jews who perished in the Shoah. We also had the privilege of hearing from survivor Arek Hersch and his story as an inmate at Auschwitz. His story is just one of the thousands of incredible stories of strength and courage that we must always remember. However this trip has also been incredibly empowering as we hear the stories of the Youth Movements during World War II and their incredible acts of defiance. Never Again can we let the atrocities that took place under the Nazi Regime happen in our world.
 Day 3 of Pesach Garinim at FRS