Reporter. As seen in JTA, The New York Jewish Week, The Jerusalem Post, The Forward, USA Today, The Detroit Free Press, MSNBC's Meet the Press blog, PBS Frontline and Vox.
ONE OF 2 CONSERVATIVE RABBINICAL SCHOOLS IN THE US IS SLASHING TUITION — BY NEARLY 80%
OPINION AND REPORTED ESSAYS
From my Columbia Daily Spectator column, "All the Rest is Commentary," Honeysuckle Magazine, Vox Media, Hey Alma and Medium. Includes op-eds, analysis, and essays.
Clients include Goya Foods, Cigna, Sentara Healthcare, and MD Anderson Cooper Philadelphia.
During my time at NBC, I wrote and edited 23 articles. In the three years since I've worked there, some of the links to the original pieces have expired or their formatting was corrupted. The links included here are pieces that I wrote. I also selected and edited pictures and created these webpages.
In response to my Vox essay about the COVID-19 vaccine clinical trial, I was interviewed by CBS10 in Tampa, Florida, and Japan's Sunday news show, The Prime.
Fuji TV: "The Prime" Sunday Coverage
Translation of segment:
Jackie, who lived in New York until July and is now at her parents' home in Florida, was vaccinated against the coronavirus by six members of her family from August to September. Jackie, now 24, participates in a new coronavirus vaccine clinical trial with her parents, a younger sister of a medical college student, a younger brother of a high school student, and an 80-year-old grandmother. The opportunity was my experience in NY, and I realized the difficulty and importance of protecting myself as I felt during the explosive spread of infection. I participated to protect myself and my family. "I thought it was more important for my grandmother to be protected from the virus," Jackie said of the vaccine, which could have side effects, and the vaccination of her elderly grandmother. The clinical trial will be vaccinated twice. Report your health weekly and get regular health checkups. Follow-up is 2 years. Three months after vaccination, the family has not changed their physical condition. However, Ashley, Georgia, who was vaccinated, was said to have been tired the next morning. The risk of vaccination was explained in advance. Currently, the Japanese government has agreed to purchase vaccines with three Western pharmaceutical companies. There is a problem with vaccination in Japan, which is targeted for implementation next year. According to US CDC data, some vaccines need to be stored at ultra-low temperatures of minus 70 ° C plus or minus 10 ° C. In ultra-low temperatures, bananas can be used to nail, and rose flowers will shatter.
AUDIO CLIPS & PODCASTS
I wrote, edited, and created the humor column at Honeysuckle Magazine, "HoneyChuckle". I also self-publish on Medium!
I Hope You're Doing Well (FULL FILM)
A short documentary about the coronavirus pandemic around the globe, featuring stories from The Philippines, Azerbaijan, and the United States.
A Columbia Journalism School and COVID-19 Chronicle production
Editor and narration credits
I Hope You're Doing Well (OFFICIAL TRAILER)
Premieres July 24, 2020 on YouTube
A COVID-19 Chronicle and Columbia Journalism School production
Five things to know about the new antibody test
Everybody's talking about it, but what's the big deal? Here are five things you should know about the new coronavirus antibody test. For Covid 19 Chronicle.
We taught our grandmother how to use Zoom!
After a nearly 60-year career teaching Hebrew, my grandmother's latest lesson is in Zoom. For Covid19 Chronicle.
Finding your Jewish "Corona Cutie"
To keep himself busy during the coronavirus pandemic, a 23-year-old political science student has found himself setting up over 22,000 Jewish singles over Facebook. For Covid19 Chronicle.
Fighting the fight for climate change resilience in Red Hook, Brooklyn
In this short documentary, journalist Jackie Hajdenberg interviews Karen Blondel, a local environmental activist and resident of Red Hook Houses. Red Hook Houses is especially vulnerable to flooding, and as the largest public housing complex in Brooklyn, the risk is even greater.
The problem with fare evasion policing and surveillance on the NYC subway system
In this short documentary, journalist Jackie Hajdenberg explores the challenges that come with increased surveillance and policing on the MTA—especially affecting communities of color.