As a German Jew Raising a Family in America, I Did Not Sign Up for This

Julian Voloj, Kveller, 01/14/2021

I usually am not in favor of Nazi analogies because such comparisons downplay the horrors of the era, but so many events over the last years seemed to echo the past.

Being a Black Jewish Woman in America on January 6

Tova Ricardo, Jewish Journal, 01/11/2021

Jewish stories deserve to be taken seriously by social advocacy movements, and we deserve to live in peace.

My Kids Are Black and Jewish. To Them, These Identities Are Inseparable.

Jessica Keith, Kveller, 01/08/2021

For my daughter, supporting Black lives and celebrating Hanukkah is part and parcel of the same thing; one does not happen without the other.

SF Board of Supervisors welcomes first Jewish Latina, an immigrant from El Salvador

Maya Mirsky, The J., 12/22/2020

"I’ve been in community service my whole...this city was good to me and my family.”

Darrell Blocker, who could lead Biden’s CIA, is a Black Jew known as a ‘spy whisperer’

Ron Kampeas /JTA, Jerusalem Post, 12/10/2020

If selected, he would be the agency’s first Black director — and the third Jewish one.

Being an Asian American Jew Means Tackling the Model Minority Myth Twice

Hannah Bloom, Hey Alma, 11/30/2020

We joke about the two communities matching, but the root implications about both groups are deeply problematic.

Q & A | Black, deaf, and Jewish filmmaker Eli Steele is challenging how we view race

Batya Ungar-Sargon, The Forward, 11/10/2020

When Eli Steele, who is deaf in addition to being Black and Jewish, wanted to become a filmmaker, he was joining a long line of people who refused to accept what society told them about themselves.

Lenny Kravitz talks about his Jewish upbringing

Jerusalem Post Staff, Jerusalem Post, 09/27/2020

“I am deeply two-sided,” Kravitz said in his memoir, according to the New York Times. “Black and white. Jewish and Christian. Manhattanite and Brooklynite.”

Be’chol Lashon: Combating Racism, Celebrating Diversity

Naomi Kitchen and Makeda Zabot-Hall, The Covenant Foundation Sight Line, 09/15/2020

We have to make it clear and make it a priority to celebrate all of the identities that exist within the Jewish community as well as recognize when parts of our community are in pain

How Black Comedy Got The Last Laugh

Lynn Hirschberg, The New York Times, 09/03/2000