By Jo Ellen Green Kaiser
She got involved in the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender synagogue because she loves liturgy--and found a community committed to including her interfaith, straight family.
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 Hedi Molnar
The mom of an American Jew of Chinese ethnicity thinks about how her daughter will navigate her teen years.
By Amy Klein
A news article about the Jewish film offerings at the 2005 Sundance Film Festival, including Planet of the Arabs, The Wall and Protocols of Zion, and West Bank Story.
By Aliza Hausman
The Talmud forbids us from oppressing converts by treating them as anything other than a regular member of the tribe.
By Rebecca Yackley
I don't look Jewish, but I am. My mom is, too, and my dad is Catholic. My interfaith family life is
By Akira Ohiso
What looks like a more tolerant position toward interfaith marriage doesn't take the feelings of children of those marriages into account.
By Rabbi Barbara Aiello
A guide to a short Rosh Hashanah seder, based on a Sephardic tradition.
By Deanna Shoss
This is not about my spouse becoming Jewish. It's about unambiguous support from both of us that our child is Jewish, regardless of what we practice individually.
By Francesca Biller-Safran
The daughter of an interfaith marriage mulls giving her daughters the jewish rites of passage that their Jewish dad had, but she herself didn't.