A Ladino Rock Revolution: A look back on my Sephardic Journey (part two)
I’m not sure who is more surprised, me or my mother, that my career in Ladino continues to flourish two decades on.
Latina Cantor Sings Sephardic Order of the Seder
Add this melody to your Passover repertoire!
“Strange Ladinos” and Their Struggle for Acceptance as Americans and Jews
Despite facing racism themselves, Sephardic Jews were, and still are, not immune from perpetuating systems of racial oppression.
Reflections on Illness, Separation, and “BallinStadt,” My Family’s Ellis Island
The former emigration station in Hamburg has special meaning for me because both of my grandfathers departed for Colombia from there in the 1930s.
Greek Jewish Hanukkah Is Not A Paradox
Celebrating Hanukkah with unique Greek Jewish customs.
Wild, colorful, book of portraits shatters all stereotypes of who is a Jew
Catch an Argentinian-Jewish cowboy, a murderer, tattooed Jews and more in ‘Jew,’ by John Offenbach, the center of a new exhibit at London’s Jewish Museum through April.
Meet the Hardest Working Sephardic Man in Show Business
David Serero draws on his Moroccan Jewish heritage in his adaptations of classic plays.
The Lost Tribes of Spanish Jews
Torn between leaving or staying in chaos, Venezuelan Jews turn toward Spain
Was Columbus Jewish?
There has been much speculation about the famous and controversial explorer's origins.