White Jews: Stop Calling Yourselves “White-Passing”

Nylah Burton, Forward, 07/02/2018

The cross-section between Jewishness and white privilege.

After furor, Barkan winery says Ethiopian workers to work as usual

Tamar Pileggi and TOI Staff, The Times of Israel, 06/27/2018

Leading winemaker had banned employees of African descent from coming into contact with wine to comply with strict new kosher license, prompting cries of racism.

When Blacks and Jews Joined Forces To Defeat The KKK

A.J. Goldmann, The Forward, 05/17/2018

The film’s plea for Jews and Blacks to band together to combat white supremacy is a message shared the real Ron Stallworth.

Jews Should Embrace Racial Diversity

Rabbi Ruth Abusch-Magder, Atlanta Jewish Times, 01/03/2018

African-American Jews can offer surprising insights about the Jewish community.

The Racial Demagoguery of Trump’s Assaults on Colin Kaepernick and Steph Curry

David Remnick, The New Yorker, 09/23/2017

Every day, and in countless and unexpected ways, Donald Trump, the President of the United States, finds new ways to divide and demoralize his country and undermine the national interest.

The Dos and Dont's of Talking to Kids of Color About White Supremacy

Hillary Beard, Colorlines, 08/17/2017

Now that you’re settling into the reality that the images we saw from Charlottesville were from 2017 and not the days of Jim Crow, it’s time to get proactive about parenting during the Trump Era.

I’m Black, Jewish And Gay — And Food Is My Weapon Against Bigotry

Michael Twitty, Forward, 08/16/2017

I am going back to the mountaintop.

Do you have an old children’s book you love? Well, there’s a good chance that it might be racist

Grace Lin, PBS News Hour, 08/11/2017

Do you have an old children’s book you love? Well, there’s a good chance that it might be racist, says kids’ author Grace Lin. She offers her humble opinion on how you can keep loving your favorite classics while acknowledging the out-of-date or harmful parts.

Jews and Muslims Coming Together in Minnesota

Brandie Itman, Jewish&, 01/25/2017

The final process of converting to Judaism is to meet with the beit din (a rabbinic “court” of three learned Jews, usually clergy, who meet with a candidate for conversion).