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Noam Green

Noam Green is a second year undergraduate student at Barnard College and the Jewish Theological Seminary of America where they are majoring in History and Jewish Gender and Women's Studies. Noam began studying Yiddish last year at Columbia University, later attending the Steiner program as an intermediate student over the summer. Outside of the Yiddish world, Noam works at a greenhouse and is always searching for new ways to de-compartmentalize and integrate their interest in Yidishkeyt, queerkeyt, and plants.

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