By Rebecca Spence
"I don't feel particularly 'other,' but part of my reality as a rabbi is that a certain percentage of people assume that I converted," said Paasche-Orlow.
By Linda Morel
Reprinted personal narrative and general information about the Jewish community of a small Italian town, Pitigliano, and its Yom Kippur rituals and recipes.
By Rebecca E. Kotkin
Interview with Susan Schwartz Senstad, author of the book Music for the Third Ear, with special attention to Senstad’s own Jewish identity and her real-life inspiration for the war-torn characters in her book.
By Adam Fein
The personal narrative of a man who was raised with immense knowledge of the Holocaust, where much of his fatherís family had perished, and faced much anti-Semitism, despite the fact that he was not truly a Jew.
By Toby Axelrod
Reprinted news article about a rally held outside a European Union meeting in Brussels to show solidarity with Israel and express concern for growing anti-Semitism in Europe.
By Lia Del Sesto
Personal narrative by a Catholic woman whose Jewish boyfriend’s mother pressured him so much to marry a Jew that the two had to split up to do soul-searching.
By Sol Levin
Personal narrative from an intermarried man describing his parents (both survivors) and how their experiences instilled in him the importance of Jewish continuity. He describes how he wanted to marry a Jew, but ultimately felt good about mar
By Marvin Glassman
Profile of Barry Manilow, who came from an interfaith family and is currently composing a musical play about the pre-Holocaust German performers, the Comedian Harmonists, called "Harmony."
By Cheryl F. Coon
A review of a book about growing up half-Jewish in Nazi Germany
By Adam B. Ellick
Reprinted news article about the last remaining (intermarried!) Jew in the Lithuanian town of Plunge, and his dedication to memorializing the Jewish communities who perished in the Holocaust