"Roe Reversal Protest Slams Supreme Court" New Haven Independent, June 24, 2022 “Repealing Roe does not mean that abortion ends,” rabbi-in-training May Ye of the local Jewish havurah Mending Minyan said. “Pregnant people will always need abortion.”
"Hundreds march in Solidarity with Palestine and Columbia" New Haven Arts Paper, May 21, 2021 "Members of Mending Minyan, a group that subscribes to a "Judaism decoupled from Zionism," presented poetry and speeches from members who rode atop a truck, shoulder to shoulder with fellow organizers in a show of coalition building."
"Sukkot Inspires Efforts To Get Out the Vote" New Haven Arts Paper, October 7, 2020 "“We are entering Sukkot as well as the final month before the election,” Bechtolsheim and Shosh Lovett-Graff wrote in an email before the event. “This is an important and delicate time: the sukkah reminds us of the fragility and impermanence of so much that we take for granted. This holiday coincides with a window of time during which our actions can make a big difference in the upcoming election."" "Jewish Leaders Welcome a Bittersweet New Year" New Haven Arts Paper, September 18th, 2020 "Mending Minyan has an intersectional approach to Judaism: prayers are presented in the context of Black, immigrant, worker, and Palestinian liberation. In the loss that 2020 has brought with it, she is holding onto the ritual that COVID-19 has not put a complete stop to." “For my community, I’m hoping people are able to connect to a divine spark within themselves and around them, to give them fuel,” she said.
"Shushan Comes To Fair Haven" New Haven Independent, April 1, 2019 "Members of Mending Minyan, a new progressive intergenerational prayer community in town, organized the party, which was open to the public. Donations collected at the door were given to Bregamos, a space for diverse community theater about New Haven, and Sex Workers & Allies Network (SWAN), an organization dedicated to harm reduction for sex workers."
"A “People’s Menorah” For Peace" New Haven Arts Paper, Dec. 10, 2018 "Sunday afternoon, Warshaw was one of several organizers of “Safety Through Solidarity,” an end-of-Hanukkah action and ritual to promote solidarity across social justice movements, light a “people’s menorah” on Broadway Avenue, and join a national campaign to "End The #DeadlyExchange" between the Anti-Defamation League (ADL), U.S. law enforcement officials, and Israeli National Police."
"Hanukkah & Mending Minyan" Kitchen Sync Episode 96, December 6, 2018 Podcast discussion between Lucy and Mikveh. Discuss Mikveh's Jewish story, and history of Mending Minyan.