Innovation Hubs

Be’chol Lashon is committed to the development of racially, ethnically, and culturally diverse Jewish leaders and their organizations.

We are honored to support these projects that are aligned with Be’chol Lashon’s mission of celebrating the ethnic and racial diversity of Jewish life.

Olamim

Olamim

Latinx Jewish Belonging for Families in the Bay Area

Olamim is a family engagement program for Latinx Jewish families that blends nature connection, cultural expression, and community-building. It includes seasonal playgroups, a year-round Chavurah (family group), and community programs open to the larger community.

“Olamim,” which means “worlds” in Hebrew, is a cultural and educational space that offers home and expression to Jewish families and individuals who experience themselves as part of many cultural worlds, and seeks to amplify and center a diversity of Jewish and other cultural expressions.

T’laim: The Patchwork Cookbook

T’laim: The Patchwork Cookbook

A mosaic of Jewish recipes and stories

This cookbook aims to celebrate the racial and ethnic diversity within the Jewish community. We want to celebrate the myriad unique experiences that each of us has as a product of our identities. We will pair recipes with poems, stories, essays, and photographs from submitters so that it becomes more than just a cookbook but also a mosaic of experiences from a plethora of backgrounds.

Visit T’laim’s homepage to learn More & submit your recipes
The Nightingale of Iran Podcast

The Nightingale of Iran Podcast

Exploring Persian and Jewish identity, belonging and music.

Created by the Persian and Jewish sister duo of Galeet and Danielle Dardashti, the podcast tells the story of their family’s journey from Iran to America and Israel whil e exploring topics of identity, belonging, and music.

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If you like what you see, please consider making a donation to one or more of these projects so the teams can continue to provide valuable content and experiences.