A news article about the growing number of Jewish-Hindu intermarriages and the “HinJew” children that such relationships produce.
Personal narrative by an interfaith Italian Jewish-Pakastani Muslim couple who are determined to
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Review of What Makes Someone a Jew?, Lauren Seidman?s children?s book celebrating the diversity of the Jewish population.
The only one who can explain to my son what it means to be the child of a Soviet-born Jewish writer and a Harlem-raised African-American engineer the way that I want it explained, is me.
Review of Mixed Matches: How to Create Successful Interracial, Interethnic, and Interfaith Relationships. By Joel Crohn, Ph. D, examines different models of intermarriage that are not only religously disparate, but culturally as well.
The author rebuts the accusation that she’s single-handedly destroying the Jewish community.
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.
Personal narrative and recipes by a Puerto Rican Jew-by-choice who developed a Kosher-for-Passover Easter dinner that would fit her traditions into a kosher home
A white Jewish woman discusses the ways that she and her African-American Christian husband have negotiated differences to form a close family.