By Benjamin Greene
Why do adult children of interfaith families use the term "half-Jewish" about themselves?
By Davida Steinberg
The Bahá'i Faith is very different from Judaism, and that very newness and openness has made my interfaith journey with my husband unique and possible.
By Dawn C. Kepler
Advice from an outreach professional on The Lonely Journey of a Puerto Rican Jew, by Franklin Velazquez.
By Suzanne Koven
Review of Voisins Voisines, a film about a group of neighbors in a Paris apartment building who keep their distance from each other, including a Jewish-Muslim couple.
By Rabbi Susan Schnur
Three rabbi's daughters with non-Jewish partners discuss how they combine Jewish religious practice and cultural identity with interfaith dating.
By Gerri Miller
Profile of Natalhia Ramos, one of the stars of Bratz, a musical comedy based on the popular dolls.
By Alina Adams
An essay on how children's movies that purportedly teach positive lessons about intercultural relationships actually reinforce the status quo.
By Sue Fishkoff
Be'chol Lashon, a conference for Jews of color and from around the world, featured discussions of conversion and inclusion in the Jewish community.
By Lula Jones
Religion and culture wouldn't stand in the way of our love--even when we were arguing about how to name our baby.
By Rochelle Terman
While others might consider it something exotic, she found her childhood in an interfaith Muslim-Jewish household pretty normal.