By The Jewish Outreach Institute
Professional view from the Jewish Outreach Institute (JOI) about their efforts to "open up" the American Jewish community to make it more welcoming for interfaith families, and their recent work at the General Assembly meeting of the United
By Michael Fox
Article about Liev Schreiber’s film, Everything Is Illuminated, which looks at the Holocaust and its aftermath.
By Francesca Biller-Safran
Growing up with Japanese and Jewish heritage was rich and inspiring for the author, who married a Jew and is raising Jewish children.
By Michael C. Duke
Profile of Jacqueline Giles, an African-American mathematics professor who found out as an adult that she has Jewish ancestry.
By Rabbi Adam Chalom
Review of What Makes Someone a Jew?, Lauren Seidmanís childrenís book celebrating the diversity of the Jewish population.
By Judith Bolton-Fasman
Review of By the Grace of God: A Tale of Love, Family, War and Survival from the Congo by Suruba Ibumando (Georgette Wechsler) with Howell Wechsler, a memoir which follows the writer from her experience in the Congolese civil war to her escape
By Alina Adams
The author rebuts the accusation that she's single-handedly destroying the Jewish community.
By Dinah Zeltser
Review of Helen Fremont’s After Long Silence, which recounts her personal reconstruction of identity after her family survives the Holocaust, albeit not without spiritual confusion.
By Alx Block
A proud father describes his son's multi-cultural baby naming.
By Debbie Burton
At her daughter's bat mitzvah, she felt silenced by her congregation's prohibition against non-Jews speaking during services.