By Sharon Samber
Reprinted news article about the urgent need for Europeans and Americans to speak out against the growing anti-Semitic violence in Europe.
By Tracy Hahn-Burkett
Review of Body Surfing, by Anita Shreve, about a woman with interfaith parents who takes a job with a wealthy WASP family and encounters anti-Semitism.
By Cynthia Spikell
A Jewish genealogy expert gives an introduction to the tools for researching your family history.
By Helene Dunbar
Review of Kalooki Nights, a Booker Prize finalist about Jews in 1950s England who defined the world in terms of Jewishness.
By Sara Cukerbaum
I told them that growing up surrounded by two families of differing beliefs provoked thought and acceptance.
By Ruby Marez
In honor of Israel Independence Day, a young woman of mixed Jewish and Puerto Rican heritage tells about reclaiming both identities.
By Rebecca Yackley
I don't look Jewish, but I am. My mom is, too, and my dad is Catholic. My interfaith family life is
By Sara Davies
She always knew that her mother's family was Jewish and that her father's family wasn't, and didn't like Jews.
By Rabbi Barbara Aiello
My parents had seen hatred and cruelty and had been on the receiving end of anti-Semitism. They were forever grateful to live in America.
By Margery Rose-Clapp
A woman recalls a lifetime of Jewish stereotypes and finally decides to speak out.