Aaron Samuels shares how traveling to Brazil made conversations about race in the United States more complex.
Players for one of Brazil’s most popular soccer teams wore Stars of David on their jerseys on Wednesday to remember Kristallnacht, or the 1938 Nazi pogrom that most mark as the beginning of the Holocaust.
Brazil has had long history of discrimination against blacks.
Descendants of Jews who were forced to convert to Christianity inaugurated in Brazil what they say is the first ritual bath built for and by people with their family history.
In the past few decades, Brazil has experienced an unexpected Jewish resurgence fueled by the descendants of Portuguese and Spanish Jews forced to convert to Christianity in colonial times, who have lately recovered their lost identity and faith.
At the world’s only summer camp for descendants of forcibly converted Jews, Oseias Teixeira had numerous first-time experiences.
Though emigration is at a high for Ashkenazi Jews, Recife is not in decline — partly thanks to the embrace of Judaism by hundreds of locals with ancestors who fled the Inquisition
An insider look into the diverse Jewish communities of Recife, Brazil.
Black Brazilians are making their voices heard and affirmative action is helping.
Jewish graves were destroyed when the torrential rain and winds brought down a massive tree atop the Jewish Cemetery of Bahia in Salvador on April 10, Luciano Fingergut, the Bahia community’s president, wrote in a statement earlier this week.