From Small Town Ethiopia to Big City Law Student
How parents' courage inspired a life of service for one Ethiopian Jew.
I’m Proud to Be a Black Jew
The cabinet still believes that the Jewish identity of our families waiting in the camps is in doubt, just as the ultra-Orthodox rabbis believe.
After furor, Barkan winery says Ethiopian workers to work as usual
Leading winemaker had banned employees of African descent from coming into contact with wine to comply with strict new kosher license, prompting cries of racism.
Outcry as Barkan winery shuns Ethiopian workers, casts doubt on their Jewishness
Leading winemaker bans employees of African descent from coming into contact with wine to comply with strict new kashrut license; Sephardi chief rabbi slams move as ‘pure racism’