By Rohanna Green
The personal narrative of a young woman whose Christian father welcomed her motherís Jewish lifestyle for their home.
By Sue Fishkoff
A news article about phenomenon of Jews looking outside of synagogues for p
By Rabbi Lev Baesh
A rabbi discusses how social action can unite interfaith families with each other and with the Jewish community.
By Golda Shira
Profile of Kirk Douglas at the time of his most recent film about a Jewish family, It Runs in the Family.
By Edward Zachary Ableser
The personal narrative of a man in an interfaith family who had planned to get confirmed in his mother’s Catholic Church and become a Bar Mitzvah in his father’s Jewish faith until both ceremonies called off after his rabbi and priest suggeste
By Rahel Musleah
Profile of Marge Piercy, a Jewish Renewal writer and poet whose most recent works are featured in The Art of Blessing the Day: Poems With a Jewish Theme.
By Hedi Molnar
A new study of intermarriage between Jews and Asians prompts an examination of the status of Asian Jewish families.
By Hana Daley
The personal narrative of a young woman who learned, after years of studying Judaism and becoming a Bat Mitzvah, that she was not considered Jewish by her Conservative/Orthodox synagogue because her mother wasnít Jewish.
By Ruth Shaw Gross
Reprinted personal narrative by a Southern Protestant intermarried woman who is raising Jewish children and participating wholeheartedly in a Conservative synagogue community in Eastern Massachusetts
By Lauren Elkin
Profile on an intermarried French comic-book writer whose Jewish parents emigrated from Algeria and who uses the comic books he writes to educate Algerians in France about the many years of Jewish-Arab co-existence back in Algeria.