By Robin Margolis
Why doesn't the Jewish community reach out to us in the same way that it reaches out to interfaith couples? My story--and the story of the Half-Jewish Network-- may hold some clues.
By Benjamin Greene
Why do adult children of interfaith families use the term "half-Jewish" about themselves?
By Cynthia Spikell
A Jewish genealogy expert gives an introduction to the tools for researching your family history.
By Esther Shchory
Personal narrative from the Jewish daughter of a Sephardic man and an English woman whose interfaith parents now live nearby her in Israel--and still invite her over for Christmas.
By Rochelle Terman
While others might consider it something exotic, she found her childhood in an interfaith Muslim-Jewish household pretty normal.
By Beth Nichols
Rabbi draws on her own life experiences in advocating for children of intermarriage to forge a fully Jewish identity that honors their non-Jewish parents' cultural experience.
By Yonit de Metz
Going to college in Iowa on a National Hispanic Merit Scholarship, she wanted to know, "Are there Jews here?"
By Sophie Friedman
After being told she was a "half Jew" at Hebrew school, she's had much of her life to sort through Jewish identity. Spoiler alert: she's a "whole Jew"!
By Joelle Asaro Berman
A patrilineal Jew discovers that some in the Jewish community do not recognize her strong Jewish identity.
By Rachel Mauro
Her grandmother was her role model, though Nana was Catholic and Rachel is Jewish.