We joke about the two communities matching, but the root implications about both groups are deeply problematic.
Led by the S.F.-based Jewish Community Relations Council, local Jewish organizations have teamed up to publish an open letter of support for the Asian American community, which has faced racist attacks during the coronavirus crisis.
This is the first time in modern history that the Jewish people in Israel find themselves in a position of power. With this power comes great responsibility — the decision on how to treat minorities in our society. From my personal experience, Israel is missing the mark.
Mengwen Cao photographed and interviewed New Yorkers who were adopted from Asia and grew up in white families.
Rabbi Angela Buchdahl explains why she changed her mind on Jewish intermarriage, and what it's like to be the face of Judaism for many Americans, while not being kosher enough for Israel.
In this sweet and humorous picture book, a multicultural family (Mom's Indian, Dad's Jewish) celebrate Hanukkah while incorporating traditional Indian food.
Two grandmas. Two delicious recipes. And one granddaughter caught in the middle!
We’ve found, somewhat to our surprise, that these mixed and usually religiously intermarried households are creating Jews who, in many cases, are even more Jewish than their Jewish parent or parents (some of these households have two Jewish parents, one of whom is racially Asian). Rather than moving away from Judaism, some of these young people are moving toward it and challenging the doom and gloom of some pundits.
A Jewish family adopts a baby from Vietnam and her new brothers eagerly await her homecoming.