Be’chol Lashon, Hebrew for “in every language,” strengthens Jewish identity by raising awareness about the ethnic, racial and cultural diversity of Jewish people and experience around the globe. Read More
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I am blessed in being both Asian and Jewish and being part of two traditions that focus on joy and bounty at this time of year.
Avinu Malkeinu, open our hearts so that we will see all the things we have been unwilling to see, and grow in humility and compassion.
As you get ready for this Rosh Hashanah, remember that prayer can go beyond words and consider what makes you feel full and what makes you feel at home.
In 5782, we have four suggestions for effective engagement in building communities of belonging.
The Covid-19 pandemic has changed us, how we interact with people, how we behave and how we live. I find one tradition that is not affected by this pandemic.
Jenni Rudolphs most recent release, Water & Oil, speaks to her identity as a mixed race Jew.
Be'chol Lashon's Rabbi Ruth Abusch- Magder will be on a panel of female-identifying faith leaders confront our assumptions about what it means to be a female leader in today’s Jewish community. Sponsored by the Jewish Women's Fund of Atlanta.
New diverse music endeavor launches just in time for Tu B'Av.
A team of college students join their passion for cooking and the Jewish community.
There are over 250,000 Latin American Jews today. Latin American Jews are not homogenous, but diverse. Today, the Greater Miami area has become home to thousands of Latinx Jews, some with strong ties to Latin America.
The House of Representatives voted on 16 June to honour the day slavery was outlawed in the US. Philosopher Lewis R Gordon contemplates this victory for democracy.
Come learn with incredible people as a part of Beth Sholom's commitment to Organizational Change around Anti-Racism, Diversity, Equity and Inclusion.
We offer a variety of opportunities for individuals, families, and organizations to learn about and celebrate Jewish diversity.
Bay Area Multicultural Jewish Family Connection
The goal of the Bay Area Multicultural Jewish Family Connection is to provide a space for families to explore ethnic and racial identity in a Jewish context.
Be'chol Lashon provides opportunities for Jewish professionals and others to actively engage in conversations about race, ethnicity and identity.
Camp Be'chol Lashon
Registration is currently open for Camp Be'chol Lashon, a multicultural Jewish leadership camp at Walker Creek Ranch in West Marin, CA.
As Jews become more integrated into American society, it should come as no surprise that growing numbers of Black, Asian, Latinx and mixed-race individuals are part of the Jewish community.
Passport to Peoplehood is an educational resource that explores Jewish communities around the world through the traditions and cultural arts that defines each unique culture, as well as recognizing the shared values that connect all Jews.
Our Speakers Bureau includes diverse community, academic and cultural arts leaders, like singer Sarah Aroeste, above. Book a speaker to address your community.