Black Jewish novelist Walter Mosley honored with National Book Foundation’s lifetime achievement award
The Black Jewish novelist received one of the National Book Foundation’s highest honors on Wednesday night: the Medal for Distinguished Contribution to American Letters.
When Eli Steele, who is deaf in addition to being Black and Jewish, wanted to become a filmmaker, he was joining a long line of people who refused to accept what society told them about themselves.
Discographer Henry Sapoznik tracks down record by international Yiddish-language performer Thomas LaRue, and slips into a rabbit hole of Black Jewish history.
Arabic music in Israel has achieved great success over the last two decades.
Fresh off her second WNBA championship, Clark tells Alma about connecting with her Jewish heritage and the power of Shabbat.
Marley recruited friends including Sheryl Crow, Alanis Morissette, Ben Harper, and more for a joyous new LP.
What are these two Israeli women doing in a Tehrani airport bathroom?
Director Olivia Peace discusses making her groundbreaking coming-of-age film and its themes of race, religion, and mourning.
There’s a new Proud Family character, and we couldn’t be more excited!