I am constantly making mistakes, questioning my identity, and second-guessing myself, but I know that this work is a process.
My mixed-race daughter will be part of the nonwhite majority of American youth, which is cause for both celebration and fear.
Growing into my Jewish multicultural heritage and future.
Due to diasporic persecution and the pressures of cultural conformity, I cannot speak a language murdered out of my bloodline.
I appreciate the discomfort that many Jews feel being categorized as white. And yet, this use of the term “passing” is wrong.
Tema Smith’s own experiences as a mixed race person shape her vision as a Jewish professional.
A recipe for making Indian Passover Seder treat.
What 50 years of Loving Day means to our Black, white and Jewish family.
For multiracial and multicultural Jewish families, the Passover seder is an opportunity to share elements of their racial and cultural backgrounds.