I’m a Chinese American Married to a Jew, But Our Marriage Isn’t Trendy

Lynnette Li-Rappaport, Kveller, 10/17/2013

A glimpse into the lives of an Interfaith couple and their relationship.

Intermarriage Studies May Be Right; Community’s Fearful Response Isn’t

Gary A. Tobin, JTA, 02/15/2007

We keep producing studies that prove that children of intermarried families are less likely to be Jewish than children from two born Jews. There's nothing wrong with the research; my studies show the same thing. However, our responses to the findings, which come from fear and suspicion, are troubling.