Personal narrative about how religion came between an interfaith couple’s marriage.
Personal narrative from a Chilean-American from Queens who dated–and married–a Jewish man from suburban New Jersey.
Review of Late Marriage, a film by Dover Kosashvili, which explores relationships between men and women, parents and children, and Georgian and Algerian Jews in Israel.
Personal narrative excerpt from a Jewish woman’s diary about her feelings of betrayal and upset when two of her children intermarried, and the process she went through to accept the intermarriages.
An e-mail an intermarried woman sent to her father, who was concerned about how her kids could have a strong Jewish identity if their father didn’t convert to Judaism.
Professional view article discussing how difficult it is to find a rabbi to perform an intermarriage, and why, and then offers alternatives, such as a judge or justice of the peace, or alternatively, having a friend be deputized for the
Review of Thunder in Guyana, a documentary about the life of Janet Roberts Jagan, a white Jewish woman married to a Guyanese man, and who was elected president of Guyana.
Personal narrative from an intermarried Presbyterian man who introduced his extended family to Judaism through his girls’ baby-naming ceremonies.
Personal narrative from a Jewish grandma who was nonobservant but wants her intermarried daughter to have her kids bar mitzvahed.
The daughter and grandaughter of rabbis, she never thought she would fall in love with someone who wasn’t Jewish–but she did.