films of resistance: in solidarity with the Palestinian struggle

Isabel Mareş

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Isabel Mareş is a Romanian-American creative working at the intersection of faith, community, and art. She serves over 170 JCCs (Jewish Community Centers) across North America in the areas of cultural arts and civic dialogue, writes music, performs and leads workshops for people of all beliefs and abilities.

She’s served as Art Editor of Pocket Samovar, a post-Soviet literary magazine, and Sequoia Grove Journal, a culmination musings from the ecotheological community. She identifies as a femme queer, disabled person and lives in Brooklyn, NY with her feline, canine, and human loves – Pluto, Potato, and Dani.

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