Article Archive

Interracial and Intercultural Relationships

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  • Belonging

    By Faye Rapoport DesPres

    A bar mitzvah is always a happy family event. This one was also deeply healing.

    Date: 08-10-2010
  • Branch vs. Branch: A Mixed Family Tree

    By Alina Adams

    My husband is African-American. I am Jewish, born in the former Soviet Union. Our children, ages 10, 6 and 3 are Jewish African-Americans--something neither their father nor I ever were.

    Date: 06-21-2010
  • Interfaith Celebrities We Admire

    By Nate Bloom

    We have a friend crush on celebrities from following them for years, like Daniel Radcliffe, Scarlett Johansson and Mike Nichols. Our new favorite Drake is awesome, too.

    Date: 06-22-2010
  • Mazel Tov and Mubarak: Our Three-Day Jewish-Sikh Wedding

    By Erica Ravin-Anand

    Communication and compromise are what made our Jewish-Sikh wedding the best weekend of our life.

    Date: 08-04-2011
  • From The LGBTQ Archives: Families

    By InterfaithFamily

    Some of our favorite articles from the LGBTQ archive about relationships between partners and with our families.

    Date: 07-11-2011
  • The Rabbi and the Elephant: How I Officiated a Cosmopolitan Interfaith Wedding in Thailand

    By Rabbi David S. Gruber

    With guests from Australia, France, Germany, Italy, Russia, Thailand and the U.S. present, Nad and Alex's wedding was easily one of the most cosmopolitan I had ever officiated. With a fairly traditional inclusive Jewish ceremony, bookended by Thai customs, it was definitely one of the most intercultural. Throw in the fact that I was upstaged by an elephant, and you have the backdrop for a great story!

    Date: 12-12-2011
  • A New Order: Reflecting on the Passover Seder

    By Heather Subba

    As the soft and subtle breezes of March bellowed into April, lingering thoughts mixing present and past, happiness and sadness, predictability and chaos moved me to host my first Passover seder in over four years. I felt a necessity and a longing for order, tradition and togetherness.

    Date: 05-08-2012
  • Afros and Yiddish and Soul Food… Oy Vey!

    By Allison Foilb and Emily Wallen

    Review of Rain Pryor's one woman show, Fried Chicken and Latkes, about growing up Jewish and Black.

    Date: 05-03-2012
  • Marriage and Relationships: Recommended Reading

    Our most frequently recommended books for interfaith couples.

    Date: 07-17-2012
  • Intercultural Wedding in Italy: Sipping Sake With a German Couple in Siena

    By Rabbi David S. Gruber

    An interfaith, intercultural wedding in Italy, highlighting Jewish traditions - with a twist.

    Date: 07-31-2012

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