When I combine my family’s recipes into one, I connect with happy memories on both sides.
In this full-color middle-grade graphic memoir for fans of Raina Telgemeier and Jerry Craft, Yehudi Mercado draws inspiration from his childhood struggle with his weight while finding friendship with his imaginary mascot, Chunky, as he navigates growing up in a working-class Mexican-Jewish family.
Mexican-Jewish artist Aliza Nisenbaum sees a failure to communicate in the modern world — and her work as a way to counteract the dilemma.
Growing into my Jewish multicultural heritage and future.
In his latest book, “The Seventh Heaven,” published earlier this month, the Mexico-born Stavans shares a travelogue of a trip through Jewish Latin America, a topic on which he has emerged as a leading expert in recent decades.
Isaac Cherem, the young Mexican film director, believes that his coming-of-age film Leona might cause a “tsunami” in Mexico’s Syrian-Jewish community.
New Jewish Documentation Center, Containing 100 Years of Jewish Life in Mexico City, Opens This Week
The paper legacies of separate immigrant communities return under one roof after earthquake-induced exile
Mexico City Mayor, Claudia Sheinbaum, breaks silence on religion claims.
The chef Fany Gerson’s holiday feast is born of her Jewish heritage and Mexico City upbringing.