JTA asked Jews of color to share their thoughts on Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
Bezawit Abebe's story may not be typical, but it is one that touches many aspects of what it means to be a Jew in the modern global world.
"There are a lot of questions about identity through young adulthood, so that’s why this felt important."
JTA spoke with Lacey Schwartz Delgado on the phone last week about her involvement in her husband's campaign for Congress.
Parents must work hard to find friends for their children who are also racially and ethnically diverse.
Julian Voloj talks about his new graphic novel, “The Joe Shuster Story: The Artist Behind Superman."
Growing up in the Orthodox community of Monsey, New York, as the son of an African-American mother who converted to Judaism and a white Ashkenazi father who became religious later in life, Isaiah Rothstein knows what it’s like not to fit in.
Even though neither of my parents has been to Israel, my journey to Israel starts with them and their families. I am the result of the love shared between a Jewish man and a Catholic woman from opposite coasts of the United States.
Although Jews have celebrated Passover by reading from the Haggadah in one form or another for 2,000 years, Jewish organizations and publishers strive each year to connect the holiday to modern times with fresh Haggadahs as well as supplements.