Passport to Peoplehood: Israel
Learn about Israel’s history as the homeland of the diverse Jewish diaspora.
Celebrate the 12 Tribes of Israel with Chagall-inspired “stained glass.”
Learn how to make hummus, a basic food throughout the Levantine where there have been Jewish communities for generations.
For Sukkot, we invite seven guests into the sukkah to honor and celebrate them. Who would you invite into your sukkah, and what can they teach us about Jewish values?
Articles about Sukkot
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Corinne Mosh celebrated the first night of the Jewish holiday of Sukkot like never before.
Each of the global communities of the ever-growing Jewish people is an equal and yet unique manifestation of a people and its values.
Sharing the diversity of my Jewish life with my grandparents.
Jews of many backgrounds share the ushpizin they would invite this Sukkot.
Eden Derso is amazing. Seriously. The 21-year-old Ethiopian-Israeli rapper recently broke through with a profile in American Vogue, and since then, we haven’t been able to stop listening to her music.
Over the past year, Dersso has become a sensation in the city’s small but growing rap scene, yet she has spent her whole life preparing for this meteoric rise.
Bringing together my Mexican and Jewish heritages.
What does it mean to envision a truly inclusive and holy community?
As Sukkot draws nearer, synagogues are starting to advertise sets of lulavs and etrogs for the holiday.
At Sukkot the custom of Ushpizin, offers us a chance, to be as welcoming and as inclusive as we would like to be.
Sukkot appears to be one holiday in which the Moroccan and Ashkenazic customs and rituals are fairly similar.
I’ve been blessed over the years to have many temporary Jewish spaces that capture the expansive, inclusive, joyful feeling that Sukkot is meant to inspire but one that has gained particular meaning for me in the last few years is the Be’chol Lashon Family Camp.