Growing the Next Generation of Jewish Leaders of Color

Shekhiynah Larks, Jewish&, 07/11/2019

California summer camp empowers teens of Color to be leaders.

For Jewish Children Of Color, Finding Friends Like Them Is A Revelation

Ari Feldman, The Forward, 10/17/2018

Parents must work hard to find friends for their children who are also racially and ethnically diverse.

I Discovered Myself At A Summer Camp For Jews of Color

Maia Campbell, The Forward, 05/30/2018

In the sweltering March winds, a group of fellow volunteers from my high school in San Francisco and I trudged up a dusty road towards the Samarpan School in New Delhi.

S’more and s’more Jewish summer camps around the Bay

Shoshana Hebshi, J. The Jewish News of Northern California, 01/26/2018

Kids who love Jewish overnight camp will have one more local option to choose from this summer.

Jewish Pirates and Other Treasures

Marcella White Campbell, Jewish&, 05/27/2015

It’s the end of the summer, and my children are educating me about Jewish pirates.

Why we encourage body talk at Camp Be’chol Lashon

Diane Tobin, JTA, 09/28/2014

At Be’chol Lashon, which provides a space for racially and ethnically diverse Jews, discussion about appearance is the norm.

How Did the Jews Become a Global People?

Ruth Abusch-Magder, Jewish&, 07/23/2014

"How did the Jews become a global people?” “They got pushed around a bunch.” “They had to go to different places.”

Breaking Barriers to Create Community

Kenny Kahn, Jewish&, 06/24/2014

As summer approaches and we gear up for another terrific session of Camp Be’chol Lashon, I keep thinking about all the kids who—regardless of the camp they are heading to— are worried they might not feel like they “belong.” I relate.

Diversity and Pride at My Jewish Summer Camp

Aviva Davis, Jewish&, 02/12/2014

For as long as both my mother and I can remember, I have been attending Be’chol Lashon; a place where I immediately feel at home, surrounded by my fellow Jews of all colors.

Op-Ed: Why we encourage body talk at Camp Be'chol Lashon

Diane Tobin, JTA, 09/28/2014

SAN FRANCISCO (JTA) — Earlier this year, the Jewish overnight camp Eden Village garnered a great deal of attention for its “no body talk” policy, which camp leaders described as providing a “break from mentioning physical appearance, including clothing.”

Breaking berriers to create community

Kenny Kahn, My jewish learning, 06/24/2014

’Magical’ teacher wins one of four educator awards

Emma Silvers, J Weekly, 05/30/2013

Camp mirrors a girl's diverse Jewish biography

Johanna Ginsberg, New Jersey Jewish News, 08/17/2011