By Mina Silberberg
Opinion piece by a Caucasion Jewish woman who is married to a Christian African-American man describing her desire to be welcomed and appreciated by the Jewish community, but also her understanding of those critical of intermarriage
By Loolwa Khazzoom
The personal narrative of an Orthodox Jewish woman who was excluded and fearful as a child because of her faith, but has now formed immense pride in her Jewish heritage.
By Ben Harris
News article about the death of Cardinal Jean-Marie Lustiger, a Catholic official who was instrumental in Jewish-Catholic interreligious dialogue but who also was a convert from Judaism.
By Teresa McMahon
Personal narrative from an intermarried Catholic woman who is raising her two daughters as Jews, and her realization, throguh personal and international events, that anti-Semitism is still a threat.
By Jim Keen
Personal narrative of an intermarried Protestant man who sees anti-Semitism differently now that it’s a direct threat to his wife and daughters.
By Gil Mann
Reprinted opinion piece defining Zionism and briefly explaining Zionist history.
By Rabbi Arthur P. Nemitoff
Professional view from a rabbi about Jewish sensitivity around anti-Semitism, described through the story of a young boy from an interfaith family who felt uncomfortable singing a song about Christ in school, and whose father understood, but
By Ruth Gruber
Reprinted news article about the film The Passion of the Christ and how it was received by different groups in various European countries.
By Sarah Tauber
Opinion from an intermarried Jewish woman living in Europe talking about the links she sees between European anti-Zionism and anti-Semitism, and the importance of educating and actively engaging non-Jewish spouses in Jewish communal affairs, including
By Catherine Ford
Reprinted editorial from an intermarried woman fed-up with anti-Semitism around the world and determined to proudly stand with her Jewish husband and children and say "I am a Jew."