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Jewish Hair Now.

Twenty-five years after Lilith’s original, classic, sold-out hair issue, new writers untangle the knots that connect us to our mothers, our bodies, our backgrounds and our politics. 

Twenty-five years after Lilith’s original, classic, sold-out hair issue, new writers untangle the knots that connect us to our mothers, our bodies, our backgrounds and our politics. 

Jewish Hair Now.

The articles in this special section:

I’m Eleven and I’ve Lost My Hair

by Orli Wildman Halpern as told to Sarah Wildman

 

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Hair as a Jewish Art Form: A Parasha Haircut Project

May Ye

Loss, Identity, beauty, anger, love.

Waxing Nostalgic

Raina Lipsitz

My Mother’s Unshaved Legs

Talia Liben Yarmush

At the Beauty Parlor

Marianne Rogoff

Combing My Mother’s Hair

Ruth Knafo Setton

Hair-Pulling

Jamie Zabinsky

The Weight of Shiva

Sharrona Pearl

The Social Context of Hair: Hairstyles, Race and Status

Sarah Seltzer

HAIR IS PERSONAL. Hair is political. To make sense of
the social context of hair for Jews of color today, SARAH
SELTZER talked to CHAVA SHERVINGTON, a longtime
diversity activist in the Jewish community, as well as an attorney and mom,
who by her own admission has become “obsessed with hair issues” as she
helps her kids navigate the complex politics of their Black hair.