Jasmine Esulin

Jasmine currently works at Jerusalem U, a non-profit organization that makes films to strengthen the connection of young Jews to the land of Israel and their Jewish identity. As a Baal Teshuva and Olah Chadasha from Los Angeles, she's experienced a solid amount of humorous, upsetting, and pleasant culture shock. Sometimes she chooses to write about it.

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