Isaama Stoll

Isaama Stoll is a second year rabbinical student at HUC-JIR. A Washington, DC native, she graduated from Carleton College in Northfield, Minnesota with a Bachelors of Arts in Religious Studies. During her time at Carleton she worked as a leader of both the campus’ Jewish and African American communities. Isaama is passionate about questions of Jewish diversity and the importance of diversity in the rabbinate. She has written curricula for teens on inclusive Judaism and race in Israel. Now, Isaama serves as the student rabbi of Bnai Israel Synagogue in Grand Forks, North Dakota.

Articles by Isaama Stoll:

A Woman of Valour

Hear, O Israel, Speak, O Israel: Reflections on Theological Dialogue

When Race is Only for Blacks: Unpacking Identity as a Means to Inclusion



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