Dalya Attar says 'it's in our Torah that you have to help others, whether or not they look like you'.
MaNishtana’s bio states that he is a writer, speaker, rabbi, playwright and author. It goes on to explain that he is also black, Jewish and Orthodox.
Growing up in the Orthodox community of Monsey, New York, as the son of an African-American mother who converted to Judaism and a white Ashkenazi father who became religious later in life, Isaiah Rothstein knows what it’s like not to fit in.
This content is available to registered users of the Be'chol Lashon website. Please log in below or register (free) for access to these resources: Passport to Peoplehood | Jewish Diversity Archive Username or E-mail Password Remember Me Forgot Password
Today I am a yeshiva student studying Torah full time. Before this, I was a Republican candidate for Congress.
Life is a journey for each of us.
Welcome to the Orthodox Prayer Group Where Women Lead Ã¢ï¿½ï¿½ and Men Sit Behind Mechitza Read more: https://forward.com/news/343840/welcome-to-the-orthodox-prayer-group-where-women-lead-and-men-sit-behind-me/#ixzz4DZPS5mkL
The doors are open to everyone at Shabbat services held on the ground floor of this Nostrand Avenue building in Brooklyn. But, unlike most Orthodox spaces, here it’s the women who lead prayers. Men? They can sit in the back.
This content is available to registered users of the Be'chol Lashon website. Please log in below or register (free) for access to these resources: Passport to Peoplehood | Jewish Diversity Archive
Black, Jewish and gay, Twitty is devoted to exploring the culinary history of his African and Afro-American roots, but equally interested in Jewish cooking.