Latinx Jews have a new website dedicated to documenting and validating their experiences.
Jayne Cohen on the Latin American Jewish food story.
After the social media campaigns end, how do we, as Jewish-Latino/xs, keep the momentum going to create systemic change against racism and anti-Black violence? The first place we need to start is within our own community.
Afikomen Mambo, a sing-along book and CD set, is a lively and entertaining way to introduce young ones to Passover.
Every Friday, the aroma of simmering onions, cumin, turmeric, peppers, and garlic waft up from Jewish stovetops throughout the world.
Julian Voloj talks about his new graphic novel, “The Joe Shuster Story: The Artist Behind Superman."
On the road with Alma Hernandez and her political family.
The powerful, award-winning story of Ruth, a young Cuban immigrant who is just starting to get a handle on the English language and American customs when she's in a terrible car accident. Out of hardship can often come strength, and this novel of hope and self-discovery is perfect for readers in middle school who are looking for strong, emotional, realistic fiction.
The fact that I identify myself as Latina and Jewish, creates a bit of wonder among some Jews and Latinos.
This book is packed with vivid paintings and great true stories about the real life adventures of Jewish pioneers in New Mexico.
Abuelita tells Jacob that "long ago" his Jewish family fled the Spanish Inquisition, fearing persecution they kept their Jewish identity secret and passed on this secret history to just one person in each generation, as Abuelita is doing to Jacob.