The Wrong Lessons

An essay on how children’s movies that purportedly teach positive lessons about intercultural relationships actually reinforce the status quo.

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The Perfect Recipe

How a Jewish woman and her Nepali husband have come closer through their discovery of each others’ cuisines.

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Coming Home While Separating

When Rebecca separated from her partner, all she wanted was to feel like she had her own home where she could express her Judaism

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Stop Worrying About Your Future Grandchildren That Aren’t

In this Q&A from the Seesaw, an engaged couple receives heavy questioning about their future kids from future in-laws.

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Eating on the Edge: Cultures Collide Around the Dessert Buffet

What happens when someone new marries into a family of

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Tips for Interfaith Families: How to Make a Seder Inclusive

Professional advice tips for making the seder more accessible to interfaith partners and families, compiled by InterfaithFamily.com.

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The Lone Muslim at Passover Camp

Rameez describes her experience at Passover Camp, and being the only Muslim among Jews.

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Female Comes First

No matter their race, ethnicity, or religion, women are connected by past and current societal roles and life experiences.

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Tzedakah Loves Company

In my interfaith partnership, life has been filled with surprises. Family visits are one of these surprises. Every year for six months, my Nepali in-laws come to live with my husband, me and our two small children.

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Giving a Hand

An American Jew and a Turkish Muslim become friends, like family really, while finding common ground.

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