By Gabbie Wynschenk
Three high school students from interfaith families discuss their love for Judaism, for their families and for their Jewish youth group, BBYO.
By Lily Shaffer
Her senior project on The Changing Face of Judaism put this young daughter of interfaith marriage through a lot of changes herself.
By Michella Ore
This thoughtful teenager's mom is African-American and Catholic. Her dad is Jewish. She's been raised Catholic, but has decided to convert to Judaism.
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 Emily Dyke
The daughter of an interfaith marriage reflects on her identity--she's comfortable with calling herself "half-Jewish."
By Rebecca DiLiberto
Personal narrative from the child of interfaith marriage who is often reluctant to reveal her Jewishness.
By Janice Aron
A graduate student in psychology studying interfaith marriage reflects on what growing up in an interfaith family meant to her.
By Rachel Flynn
Her adoptive father, a lapsed Catholic, participated in raising her as a Jew and converted to Judaism when she was in her twenties.
By Charlotte Gordon
Her father rejected Judaism, but passed on a family heritage rich in music.