Your Intermarriage Obsession Is Just So Offensive

IFF President Jodi Bromberg responds to this question in the Forward’s Seesaw column.

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Bronfman: Children of Intermarriage Are Also Jews

Reprinted news article about Edgar Bronfman’s statement  that stigmatizing the intermarried is “racist,” and that interfaith families are key to a thriving Jewish future. 

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InterfaithFamily.com Announces Major New Initiative

InterfaithFamily.com Announces InterfaithFamily/Chicago: A Pilot Initiative to Bring Comprehensive Programming Aimed at Engaging Interfaith Families Jewishly to Local Communities

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What it Means to Me to be a Reform Jew.com

Address given at the World Union for Progressive Judaism Biennial Convention in San Francisco, 2001.

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The State of My (Interfaith) Union

Reprinted from TCJewfolk.com, one woman’s personal narrative about her struggles being a part of the Jewish community with her husband who is not Jewish.

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Encouraging People Who Choose Judaism

It’s not easy to choose Judaism–Jews should encourage people who do.

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A Letter to My Congregants

A congregational rabbi shared his letter to his congregation explaining his change in position on officiating at interfaith marriages.

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Synagogues and the Jewish Community

You’re in an interfaith relationship and considering joining a synagogue, but you’re not sure how you’ll be treated. Many in the organized Jewish community welcome interfaith families with open arms, but many do not. Learn about the Jewish community’s complicated—and often flawed—approach to intermarriage in InterfaithFamily.com’s archive of articles, resources and external links. Getting Ready […]

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Why I Am a Unitarian

Personal narrative from a Jewish-Protestant interfaith couple who wanted to raise their children with some religion, and found the only reasonable compromise in the Unitarian church

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Courage and Innovation: And at 80, Rabbi Harold Schulweis Plans to Keep Going

Reprinted profile of Rabbi Harold Schulweis, a religious innovator in “ethical behavior in modern Jewish life” who was the pulpit rabbi at Valley Beth Shalom for 35 years, including Q & A and quotations about him.

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