Team Be’chol Lashon
As we close out Women’s History Month, Be’chol Lashon is highlighting fifteen up-and-coming Jewish Women of Color.
No Silence on Race is a movement born of the necessity for both racial equity and inclusivity within Canadian Jewish spaces.
Being able to share what connects us creates a sacred community within a community.
I also love teaching young children about Judaism and inspiring them to be proud of being Jewish.
I prefer the term diverse Jew so that everyone can determine what represents them and how they want to share that part of themselves with others.
As a leader of a Latin-Jewish org, I see this month as THE month for showcasing the intersection of our two cultures.
Avinu Malkeinu, open our hearts so that we will see all the things we have been unwilling to see, and grow in humility and compassion.
In 5782, we have four suggestions for effective engagement in building communities of belonging.
New diverse music endeavor launches just in time for Tu B’Av.
African American Jewish writer David Walker talks with Be’chol Lashon’s executive director Marcella White Campbell about his gripping illustrated graphic novel.