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Growing Up in an Interfaith Family

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  • Gwyneth Paltrow Talks About Her Interfaith Family

    By InterfaithFamily

    An interview with Gwyneth Paltrow as she discusses her work, growing up in an interfaith family, and her close relationship with her Jewish father.

    Date: 06-19-2007
  • How to Afford a Jewish Education

    By Vicki Streiff

    Classist assumptions in the Jewish community can make it tough to educate your children if you're not as well-off as Jewish institutions assume you are.

    Date: 06-04-2010
  • Removing The Stumbling Block

    By Jordyn Rozensky

    Raised in an interfaith family, Jordyn wondered if she was "Jewish enough" before opting for a conversion - no, affirmation - ceremony.

    Date: 03-20-2011
  • What Is a Jewish Word?

    By Ellen Scolnic

    A book on Jewish language turns into a great tool to welcome non-Jewish friends and family members into the community.

    Date: 11-13-2009
  • Double Happiness: Parenting a Jewish Teen

    By Hedi Molnar

    The mom of an American Jew of Chinese ethnicity thinks about how her daughter will navigate her teen years.

    Date: 01-15-2009
  • The Evolution Will Be Televised

    By Jennifer Locke Berenbaum

    A woman from an interfaith family tells the story of a trip she took to Israel that became part of a show on the Hallmark Channel.

    Date: 01-02-2008
  • Doing Hanukkah Big

    By Nora Raleight Baskin

    Personal narrative from a woman with a Jewish mother who reengages with her roots as an adult, partially by making a big deal out of Hanukkah.

    Date: 08-01-2012
  • Dating Jewish Men: An Interview with Emily Comisar and Sarah Pumroy

    By Sarah Pumroy

    They say that children of intermarriage generally aren't raised with a strong sense of Jewish identity, but you and I seem to be exceptions to that rule.

    Date: 04-26-2010
  • The Last Chinese (Jewish) Chef

    By Tracy Hahn-Burkett

    Review of The Last Chinese Chef, about a half-Jewish, half-Chinese chef in China and the grieving food writer who comes to know him.

    Date: 08-01-2012
  • Cemeteries Are Becoming New Challenge for Interfaith Families

    By Josh Nathan-Katzis

    Conservative rabbis' wrenching compromise with ancient Jewish burial tradition doesn't do much to stop most interfaith couples feeling like second-class citizens.

    Date: 08-02-2010

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