An essay on how children’s movies that purportedly teach positive lessons about intercultural relationships actually reinforce the status quo.
How a Jewish woman and her Nepali husband have come closer through their discovery of each others’ cuisines.
When Rebecca separated from her partner, all she wanted was to feel like she had her own home where she could express her Judaism
In this Q&A from the Seesaw, an engaged couple receives heavy questioning about their future kids from future in-laws.
What happens when someone new marries into a family of
Professional advice tips for making the seder more accessible to interfaith partners and families, compiled by InterfaithFamily.com.
Rameez describes her experience at Passover Camp, and being the only Muslim among Jews.
No matter their race, ethnicity, or religion, women are connected by past and current societal roles and life experiences.
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.
An American Jew and a Turkish Muslim become friends, like family really, while finding common ground.