Xenotheque 2020: Multilingual Poetry Festival Goes Virtual

Xenotheque 2020: Multilingual Poetry Festival Goes Virtual

Julian Voloj, Jewish&, 04/28/2020

Watch live on Be'chol Lashon's Facebook page on Friday, May 1 at 3:00 PM EST.

The granddaughter of a Cambodian princess had a bat mitzvah

The granddaughter of a Cambodian princess had a bat mitzvah

Josefin Dolsten, JTA, 01/14/2020

Members of the Cambodian royal family gathered last month at the Raffles Hotel Le Royal in Phnom Penh for a celebration.

Esther’s Secret Identity

Esther’s Secret Identity

Robin Washington, Jewish&, 07/02/2018

I’ve never been sure what to make of the Purim story.

Israel showed me I have a place in the global Jewish community

Israel showed me I have a place in the global Jewish community

Julia Hernandez Nierenberg, J. The Jewish News of Northern California, 04/12/2018

Even though neither of my parents has been to Israel, my journey to Israel starts with them and their families. I am the result of the love shared between a Jewish man and a Catholic woman from opposite coasts of the United States.

The Best Multicultural and Racial Stories of 2017

The Best Multicultural and Racial Stories of 2017

Team Be’chol Lashon, Jewish&, 12/27/2017

A look back at 2017 as told in the stories of racially and ethnically diverse Jews.

For Many Multicultural Jewish Families Passover is About Tradition

For Many Multicultural Jewish Families Passover is About Tradition

Team Be’chol Lashon, Jewish&, 03/31/2017

For multiracial and multicultural Jewish families, the Passover seder is an opportunity to share elements of their racial and cultural backgrounds.

Large Multicultural Family Finds a Jewish Home In North Carolina

Large Multicultural Family Finds a Jewish Home In North Carolina

Rabbi Ruth Abusch-Magder, Jewish&, 02/07/2017

Though they did not start off life as Jews, Puah Millsaps and her multiracial family have never felt more welcome than they do in the Jewish world.

The Phenomenon Of Jewish-Asian Marriages

The Phenomenon Of Jewish-Asian Marriages

Sheldon Kirshner Kirshner, The Times of Israel, 10/20/2016

The face of intermarriage in the United States has changed significantly since the Supreme Court, in the 1967 landmark Loving v. Virginia case, ruled that race-based legal restrictions on marriage are unconstitutional.

Jews Of Color Press For Acceptance

Jews Of Color Press For Acceptance

Hannah Dreyfus, The Jewish Week Media Group, 10/06/2016

With race at the center of the national conversation, multicultural Jews walk line between ‘otherness’ and belonging.