Advice for Assimilated Family Reunions

By Dr. Ruth Nemzoff Q: I am having a family reunion. Half of the youngest generation has married people of other backgrounds. How can I use this opportunity to educate the Jewish members of my family about their heritage? And also to help those who do not currently identify as Jewish to understand how important […]

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Why Be Jewish Today?

Anti-Semitic acts have been happening in our country every day for the past couple of months. And every day I get asked the same question, “Why should I be Jewish?” To be Jewish is to accept the challenges along with the joys. To have Jewish heritage is to be born into a club of which […]

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This Is What I’ll Miss Doing with My Daughter When I Go Back to Work

By Samantha Taylor For the past two years, my daughter and I have been taking Mommy and Me classes at the local JCC. We took art, music and gardening. We loved all of it. We had fun and we made friends. It was fantastic. Every week, I heard other moms talking about taking their kids […]

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Deepen Your Family’s Connection to Judaism with Summer Travel

As the end of the school year approaches, my family is actively planning our summer vacation. This year we’re traveling to Santa Fe for art, culture and hiking. As I’ve done since my husband and I began traveling together before we married, I’m researching the various landmarks, historical sites and things to do at our […]

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Italian-Americans Seek to Discover Jewish Roots

Italian-Americans learned about their Jewish heritage at a conference sponsored by the Italian Cultural Center of Calabria.

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Half-Jewish: Starting a Wholesome Conversation

Why do adult children of interfaith families use the term

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Kerry’s Brother Visits Israel and Explores His Jewish Roots

Interview with Cameron Kerry, the brother of presidential hopeful John Kerry, and his trip to Israel where he explored his family’s recently revealed Jewish roots with his Jewish wife.

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