Fathers – Look for those (Jewish) teaching moments

Fathers – Look for those (Jewish) teaching moments

Fathers – Look for those (Jewish) teaching moments, Jewish&, 07/02/2018

"Hey Buddy!” Whenever I hear that term, so common coming from the lips of dads in my generation, I invariably pause to reflect on the Fifth Commandment which instructs children to honor their parents (“kibbud av va-em”).

Interfaith Opportunity Summit 2016

Interfaith Opportunity Summit 2016

IfF staff member, InterfaithFamily, 09/20/2016

Join us for an insightful conversation exploring how the Jewish Community can better support our interfaith families.

Race in America: It’s Personal

Race in America: It's Personal

Gal Adam Spinrad, Jewish&, 07/11/2016

I have a black son.

Lessons Learned from Multicultural Jewish Asian Families

Lessons Learned from Multicultural Jewish Asian Families

Team Be’chol Lashon, Jewish&, 06/28/2016

What does it mean to be Jewish and Asian?

Race: Pushing Myself & the Jewish Community

Race: Pushing Myself & the Jewish Community

Diane Tobin, Jewish&, 06/22/2016

"Everyone has a different tolerance for complexity."

100 RACE-CONSCIOUS THINGS YOU CAN SAY TO YOUR CHILD TO ADVANCE RACIAL JUSTICE

100 RACE-CONSCIOUS THINGS YOU CAN SAY TO YOUR CHILD TO ADVANCE RACIAL JUSTICE

Raising Race Conscious Children, Raising Race Conscious Children, 06/02/2016

In honor of Raising Race Conscious Children’s 100th post, this list lifts a quote from each and every blog post to date, modeling language that has actually been used in a conversation with a child regarding race (and other identity-markers such as gender and class).

Mothers, Judaism’s Heroes

Mothers, Judaism's Heroes

Rabbi Isaiah Rothstein, Jewish&, 05/04/2016

What does it mean to be hero in Judaism, and who to me represents that more than anyone?

The Global History of Ma Nishtana

The Global History of Ma Nishtana

Rabbi Ruth Abusch-Magder, Jewish&, 03/30/2016

Each year, Jewish children around the world learn the Four Questions.

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