From the Detroit Jewish News: "When the 2016 presidential election didn’t go the way they had hoped, dozens of Detroit-area Jewish women not only got mad, they got active." DJJ Community Organizer Eleanor was one of those powerful ladies!
In the March 2018 writeup featuring politically active women in the area, Barbara Lewis writes:
"Eleanor... was mentored by Detroit activists while in the urban studies program at University of Michigan.
“They led me to believe that if I wanted to be a part of movements of justice, Detroit was the place I had to be. People are waking up to see all the work we have to do to fight white supremacy and inequality. I have felt a particular responsibility to take advantage of this moment and bring more people into social justice work.”"