Teen Emily Dubin processed her experience on the March of the Living with BBYO Passport through a heartfelt, multimedia poem. The poem conveys the impact of the experience through raw emotion and reinforces that this an important experience to have in order to “never forget.”
Robby Etzkin was a guest at BBYO International Convention 2014, which brought together nearly 2,000 Jewish teens from 20 countries, including a delegation from NFTY. Inclusive Jewish teen collaboration like this, without borders, is a clear, emerging and positive trend.
BBYO, the world’s leading pluralistic Jewish youth movement, engaged nearly 7,000 teens in 32 communities across North America at pre-screenings of “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire” to raise awareness about hunger.