An Interview with The LUNAR Collective’s Co-Executive Directors Jenni Rudolph and Maryam Chishti
By and for Asian Jews, The LUNAR Collective cultivates connection, belonging and visibility for Asian American Jews through intersectional community programming and authentic digital storytelling.
Lessons in Fusion - A Story of Food and Identity
“Food is an easy way to discover a new culture, and I’ve always thought of food as a bridge between generations." -Primrose Madayag Knazan
Bring Home a Taste of Camp Be’chol Lashon
This is a fun and easy recipe to make with kids or even without them!
Bringing Yiddish Back One TikTok at a Time
As a proud Filipina and Ashkenazi Yiddish learner, Cameron Bernstein weaves Yiddish into each part of her life.
Jewpanese Oral History Project
Being Jewpanese is diverse. Whether you have one parent of each (Jewish/Japanese), or were adopted into, or are Jewpanese by choice, you are invited to participate in the JEWPANESE Oral History Project. Interviews will be conducted by fellow Jewpanese Carmel Tanaka. To sign up, please visit: https://tinyurl.com/jewpanese Carmel is coming to NYC later this month to conduct in-person interviews (Zoom, written and/or anonymous interviews are available too) and will also be hosting a social JEWPANESE lunch on May 29 at Shalom Japan. Jewpanese people, couples and families are welcome to attend. Please RSVP @JewpaneseProject on Instagram or respond via the sign up link above!
My Comfort Foods
A Chinese American Jewish teen explores the intersections of her identity through food.
Red Bean Hamantaschen
My mother’s hamantaschen experiments yielded important results.
What’s A Jew of Color Anyway?
Robin Washington discusses the complexity of the term Jews of Color and what that means for whiteness in the American Jewish community.
Growing Up To Embrace Chinese-Israeli Heritage
Taili He-Brenners shares her vegan dumpling recipe with dippings sauces for the Lunar New Year.