By Angela W. Buchdahl
Personal narrative in which a woman with a Korean Buddhist mother and a Jewish father struggles with not feeling fully Jewish, but ultimately decides to become a rabbi.
By Scott Egolinsky
Personal narrative from an interdating man who finds women with dark skin attractive, yet whose Jewish parents will not accept his choices to date women of different races and religions.
By Debbie Popiel White
Personal narrative from a Jewish woman married to a black man about how Jewish preschool is giving their daughter a strong Jewish identity.
By Karen Loftus Zaretsky
A personal narrative of a Catholic woman who is raising her adopted Chinese daughter Jewish.
By Leisah Woldoff
Reprinted news article about Jewish families with adopted Asian children, and how they raise their cihldren with a strong Jewish identity, as well as knowledge and respect for the culture of their birth parents.
By Karen Schwartz
A news article about the Ann Arbor community, which has kindly welcomed interfaith families.
By Joelle Asaro Berman
Personal narrative about a young woman’s family’s traditions of celebrating both Christmas and Hanukkah in the home, since December holidays are really all about family and food.
By Marylin Kress
Personal narrative from a Jewish American mom of an adopted Jewish Chinese daughter, thinking about DIsney World as (she imagines) her daughter sees it.
By Ronnie Friedland
Review of Thunder in Guyana, a documentary about the life of Janet Roberts Jagan, a white Jewish woman married to a Guyanese man, and who was elected president of Guyana.
By Andrew Diamond
A review of three new French films about the Holocaust or Nazi-occupied France: The War in Paris, Cafe au Lait, Once We Grow Up.