Rachael Rifkin’s work focuses on bridging the gap between generations, cultures and backgrounds by concentrating on our similarities and listening to each other’s stories. She helps people write their ethical wills and life stories, incorporates family stories into the articles and essays she writes, and once recreated photos of eight of her relatives in order to highlight shared family traits and stories. She has written for Good Housekeeping, Parents Magazine and Ancestry.com.
A writer reflects on the days and nights since the killing of George Floyd
A series on America's first generation aging with HIV/AIDS