By Jonathan Chao Burnston
The personal narrative of a young man who is very proud of his diverse background-- Chinese, American, and Jewish.
By Heather Subba
How a Jewish woman and her Nepali husband have come closer through their discovery of each others' cuisines.
By Daniel Koch
The personal narrative of a Jewish man from the Midwestern United States and his wife from an Overseas Indian community in the Far East on how they have made their interfaith marriage last 25 years.
By Mark Rubenstein
A personal narrative from a Reform-trained mohel explaining how he performs brits and sharing some unusual stories.
By Dr. Ruth Nemzoff
Personal Narrative about a mother’s efforts to connect with her daughter’s Iranian in-laws before the wedding to prevent an awkward ceremony, and to establish an ongoing relationship.
By Sharon Ashley
Reprinted news article about an Israeli Supreme Court decision ruling that Jews-by-choice that had Reform and Conservative conversions are recognized as full citizens of Israel, and all legal rights, including the Law of Return, apply to them (the Orth
By Lesley Williams
Personal narrative from a black convert to Judaism who is uncomfortable with her synagogue’s focus on Yiddishkei, lack of diversity and subtle racism.
By Johanna Ginsberg
Reprinted news article about the formation of a group of trans-racial Jews to celebrate Jewish holidays and discuss what it means and how it feels to be Jews of color.
By Charlotte Honigman-Smith
Interview with a woman raising two adopted Chinese-American daughters describing how she converted them to Judaism directly upon their arrival in the states.
By Linda Morel
Reprinted interview with a chef from Australia--where Passover occurs in the autumn--including recipes for red eggs, sherry charoset, and cocoa cream layer cake.