No, It’s Not Anti-Semitic To Schedule Your March For Yom Kippur

Barat Ellmen, Forward, 09/25/2017

When the Jewish community learned that the March for Racial Justice was scheduled for Yom Kippur (September 30), outraged responses filled social media Read more:

A Laotian Recipe To Fortify Us for the Yom Kippur Fast

Souksavat Soukhaseum, Jewish&, 09/25/2017

For this Laotian Jew, a rice recipe from his Buddhist childhood sustains him through Yom Kippur.

Coming to Believe in Collective Prayers of Repentance

Juan Mejia, Jewish&, 08/29/2017

How a former Catholic became a believer and leader of collective Jewish prayers of repentance.

A Letter to My Black and Jewish Daughter in Light of the Election

Marcella White Campbell, Jewish&, 11/17/2016

You came to me, now grown the morning after the election, and cried. This wasn’t supposed to happen, you said. I didn’t know what to say in return.

The Lemba Jews of Zimbabwe are having a hopeful New Year

KATYA CENGEL, NPR KQED Public Media, 10/09/2016

The Lemba Jews of Zimbabwe are having a hopeful New Year

Learning about Forgiveness—from Death Row Inmates

Victoria Washington, Jewish&, 01/01/2000

As we approach the Days of Awe, this year as in previous years, I think about lessons learned from the people I encounter in my line of work, killers and victims alike.

Wilderness Torah - maybe?

Wilderness Torah, Wilderness Torah, 01/01/1970

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Clap and Count! Action Rhymes for the Jewish Year

Jacqueline Jules and Sally Springer, , 01/01/1970

Clapping, counting and musical rhymes and fingerplays introduce Shabbat and the Jewish holidays to preschoolers in a participatory way. Four dozen rhymes include old favorites and many original poems. With easy-to-learn words and bright, adorable pictures. An ideal gift for any occasion.


Chag Sameach! A Jewish Holiday Book for Children

Patricia Schaffer, , 01/01/1970

A Jewish holiday book that welcomes the diversity of American Jewish children and their families. Chag Sameach! provides an introduction to the Jewish year. All kinds of people and families are included. The text and more than 20 black and white photographs can be shared with a three year old and read by a nine year old. It is for both Jewish families and those who would like to teach their children about other people's traditions.

A hole other tradition fro Yom Kippur breakfast

SHULIE MADNICK, The Telegraph, 09/15/2015

A Family Ritual for Blessing the New Year

Marcia Weingarten, Jewish&, 09/09/2015

Over the generations, our family tradition had been to go to the beach on the first day of Rosh Hashanah. Now that we live in disparate parts of Los Angeles, have differing synagogue schedules and levels of observance, our extended families (about 40 of us) come from throughout the greater Los Angeles area and meet at Venice Beach on the Sunday morning between Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur, bringing our beach chairs and something to share at our informal brunch that follows.

Prayer for Diversity

Maya Resnikoff and Ruth Abusch-Magder, My Jewish Learning, 09/22/2014

Breaking the Fast with a Cambodian Rabbi

Joe Freeman, Tablet Magazine, 09/13/2013

Spiritual Yom Kippur in the heart of old Mexico

Janet Bein, J Weekly, 11/17/2011

Yom Kippur machzor translated for Brazilian Jews

JTA, The Jerusalem Post, 09/13/2010

Hindus greet Jews on Yom Kippur

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