Happy Hanukkah! The Be’chol Lashon team sat down with Brazilian-born Jewish Ladino opera singer, Carla Sutton Berg, to chat about her new Hanukkah song. Carla is an Educational Psychologist, artist, composer, and multicultural singer. Below is a translation of excerpts from our conversation with her, followed by the original Portuguese.
Jenni Rudolphs most recent release, Water & Oil, speaks to her identity as a mixed race Jew.
Be'chol Lashon's Rabbi Ruth Abusch- Magder will be on a panel of female-identifying faith leaders confront our assumptions about what it means to be a female leader in today’s Jewish community. Sponsored by the Jewish Women's Fund of Atlanta.
New diverse music endeavor launches just in time for Tu B'Av.
A team of college students join their passion for cooking and the Jewish community.
Come learn with incredible people as a part of Beth Sholom's commitment to Organizational Change around Anti-Racism, Diversity, Equity and Inclusion.
African American Jewish writer David Walker talks with Be’chol Lashon’s executive director Marcella White Campbell about his gripping illustrated graphic novel.
What really happened on Juneteenth — and why it’s time for supremacists and their sympathizers to surrender
Galveston’s Blacks already knew they were free, so did their slaveholders, who nonetheless kept them in bondage — not by deceit or ignorance, but by the brute force and dehumanizing torture they'd used for 200 years.
Juneteenth commemorates the day that the last enslaved African Americans in Galveston, Texas were finally able to claim freedom from illegal chattel slavery.