By Ilisia Kissner
A Jewish educator attended her nephew's wedding in a Catholic church on Shabbat.
By Sophie Friedman
After being told she was a "half Jew" at Hebrew school, she's had much of her life to sort through Jewish identity. Spoiler alert: she's a "whole Jew"!
By Joelle Asaro Berman
A patrilineal Jew discovers that some in the Jewish community do not recognize her strong Jewish identity.
By Gabbie Wynschenk
Three high school students from interfaith families discuss their love for Judaism, for their families and for their Jewish youth group, BBYO.
By Ren Faught
The daughter of an interfaith family who was not raised as a Jew discusses the importance of the Hebrew name she picked when she converted.
By Charlotte Gordon
Her father, who had converted away from Judaism, mocked her for wanting to be a Jew. After her conversion, he died. How should she mourn?
By Michella Ore
This thoughtful teenager's mom is African-American and Catholic. Her dad is Jewish. She's been raised Catholic, but has decided to convert to Judaism.
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 Jesse Tisch
Young adults with interfaith backgrounds can increasingly be found working at Jewish organizationsóbut they still face some subtle obstacles.
By Dr. Jennifer Thompson
A researcher discusses her research on intermarriage and non-Jewish women who raise Jewish children.