The service was electrifying, conducted in Hebrew, with some readings in English and Spanish, and enthusiastic communal singing.
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
Jewish classics get Mexican flavors from this new Chicago bakery.
The Latin American Jewish & Gender Studies project, a new initiative of the Hadassah-Brandeis Institute, will explore myriad aspects of Latin American Jewry.
Ahead of Mexico’s Independence Day, the autobiographical writings of Inquisition victim Luis de Carvajal finally go home
Another Promised Land: Anita Brenner’s Mexico offers a new perspective on the art and visual culture of Mexico and its relationship to the United States as seen through the life and work of the Mexican-born, American Jewish writer Anita Brenner (1905–1974).
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s historic visit to Mexico and Argentina in mid-September is expected to improve trade ties for Israel and open the dialogue with Latin America’s Jewish community.
Recently, über-quaint San Miguel de Allende— named a UNESCO World Heritage city in 2008– was picked as the #1 City in the World by Condé Nast’s Traveler magazine. But one overlooked jewel in this city is its Jewish community.
PATRICIA JINICH teaches regional Mexican cooking at the Mexican Cultural Institute here. But at the Lubavitch Center recently she showed about 70 Jewish women how to cook for Passover.