American born dance teacher Chaya Lev shares how living in Israel has allowed her to joyfully embrace her intersectional identities.
Maddie has just moved to Israel and is excited to celebrate the Ethiopian Jewish holiday of Sigd with her new friend Orly. But what about her own favorite fall holiday, Thanksgiving? Will Maddie be able to celebrate it in her new country? She's determined to find out! Illustrated by Denise Damanti.
Blackface is not part of our history, and thus it is not our place to dismiss the pain that it causes to other Black Jews and to non-Jewish African Americans.
As an infant, she was airlifted to safety. Today she’s bringing Ethiopian culture alive in Tel Aviv.
This opportunity was really a turning point, providing a springboard where I could use my voice to represent my community and fill a gap in the knowledge of Jewish people globally — many of whom remain unaware of Israel’s Ethiopian Jewry,
Eden Amare Yitbarek, 23, studied at Interdisciplinary Center Herzliya as part of special program sponsoring youngsters from the community with leadership potential for BA degrees.
Nissim Black is passionately, assuredly, confidently in love with God.
I came to associate India as a place full of ghosts, lost children, deep faith, and unfinished stories.
What are these two Israeli women doing in a Tehrani airport bathroom?
When it came to chanting Torah, Rabbi Ezekiel Nissim Musleah was in a class by himself.