A Black Orthodox Rabbi Explains How He Navigates Both Racism And Anti-Semitism

Jamie Feldman, Huffington Post, 12/06/2018

MaNishtana’s bio states that he is a writer, speaker, rabbi, playwright and author. It goes on to explain that he is also black, Jewish and Orthodox.

An ‘Intoxicating’ Singer, Whether It’s Green Day or ‘Oklahoma!’

Rob Weinert-Kendt, New York Times, 10/02/2018

Rebecca Naomi Jones, who has made her reputation in rock and pop musicals, will tackle a classic as Laurey in “Oklahoma!”

Why BlacKkKlansman Is Required Viewing for Jews

Abraham Riesman, Vulture, 08/09/2018

This Jewish Mom Inspired the First Black ‘Peanuts’ Character

Emily Burack, Kveller, 07/31/2018

In April 1968, Harriet Glickman — a Jewish teacher and mom of three — wrote a letter to Peanuts creator Charles M. Schulz.

Children's Book: The Day You Begin

MJ Franklin, Mashable, 04/19/2018

There are some days when you feel like you just don't fit in. Maybe you look around you and you don't see anyone who looks like you. Or maybe the food you eat and the games you play are different than everybody else's.

How Black Culture Taught Me What It Means To Be Jewish

Rachel Joravsky, Forward, 09/25/2017

Growing up in Chicago I was usually the only Jewish kid in predominantly black spaces, and I was heavily influenced by my peers, to say the least.

No, It’s Not Anti-Semitic To Schedule Your March For Yom Kippur

Barat Ellman, Forward, 09/25/2017

When the Jewish community learned that the March for Racial Justice was scheduled for Yom Kippur (September 30), outraged responses filled social media.

The Racial Demagoguery of Trump’s Assaults on Colin Kaepernick and Steph Curry

David Remnick, The New Yorker, 09/23/2017

Every day, and in countless and unexpected ways, Donald Trump, the President of the United States, finds new ways to divide and demoralize his country and undermine the national interest.

Study Finds White People Wildly Overestimate Racial Economic Equality

Kenrya Rankin, Colorlines, 09/19/2017

“People will not attempt to solve problems that they are either unaware of or believe do not exist.”