Wandering in translation, learning to speak the language of my people

Tova Ricardo, J. The Jewish News of Northern California, 08/12/2019

Due to diasporic persecution and the pressures of cultural conformity, I cannot speak a language murdered out of my bloodline.

From Poland to Uruguay: Jewish Identity in Pictures

Tali Farkash, ynet news, 08/18/2017

At a time when Jewish identity has become a source of anti-Semitic and political persecution around the world, 100 teenagers from three different continents participate in a photo competition with pictures reflecting their connection to the Jewish people. The result is a beautiful exhibition of 25 selected projects displayed at the Beit Hatfutsot museum in Tel Aviv.

What My Sephardi and Ashkenazi Grandmothers Taught Me About Cooking and Feminism

Tamar Zaken, Jewish&, 03/23/2017

Sephardi and Ashkenazi Cooking Traditions

The Sound of Jewish Diversity

Team Be'chol Lashon, Jewish&, 09/21/2016

What is Jewish music?

Eating Ashkenazi-Sephardi Style at Sukkot

Natasha Cooper- Bensity, Jewish&, 10/07/2014

Sukkot appears to be one holiday in which the Moroccan and Ashkenazic customs and rituals are fairly similar.

Benny Goodman & Teddy Wilson: Taking the Stage as the First Black-and-White Jazz Band in History

Lesa Cline-Ransome and James E. Ransome, Holiday House, 02/01/2014

Teddy Wilson and Benny Goodman broke the color barrier in entertainment when they formed the Benny Goodman Trio with Gene Krupa.

Zayde Comes to Live

Sheri Sinykin and Kristina Swarner, Peachtree Publishing Company, 10/01/2012

In this touching, simple story, a young Jewish girl named Rachel tries to make peace with the impending death of her grandfather.

Hannah's Way

Linda Glaser and Adam Gustauson, Kar-Ben Publishing, 01/01/2012

After Papa loses his job during the Depression, Hannah’s family moves to rural Minnesota, where she is the only Jewish child in her class.

The Night of the Burning: Devorah's Story

Linda Press Wolf, Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 09/05/2006

Devorah’s world is shattered by the tragedies of post–Great War Europe: gas poisoning, famine, typhoid, and influenza. Then comes the Night of the Burning, when Cossacks provoke Christian Poles to attack their Jewish neighbors.

My Big Happy Greek-Ashkenazi Family

Adam Kofinas, Jewish&, 01/20/2015

I am the product of an intermarriage of sorts, but not the kind you're probably thinking of. My mother's family hails from various parts of Eastern Europe, and my dad's family comes from Greece, and all sides of my family are historically Jewish.

Learning to Undo 'Ashkenormativity'

Jonathan Katz, The Forward, 11/05/2014

The Kitniyot Dilemma

Professor David Golinkin, CJ Online, 11/30/-0001

Queen Esther

Vanessa Hidary, JBooks.com, 02/04/2008

How Do Sephardic Jews Figure Into The Genetic Equation?

Schelly Talalay Dardashti, Forward.com, 08/25/2006

Sephardic, Ashkenazic, Mizrahi Jews--Jewish Ethnic Diversity

Rabbi Rachel M. Solomin, My Jewish Learning, 11/30/-0001