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Interfaith Family

As a mixed-race couple with two young, mixed-race children living in a small community, we see an American Judaism that is ready to be open and responsive to the increasing demographic diversity in our country.

Helen Kim and Noah Leavitt

The events of my son’s bar mitzvah day don't begin to tell the story of how Max arrived at that moment.

Dean Asofsky

I was born into a Catholic family and given a Catholic education, but for as long as I can remember, Judaism has always fascinated me.

Cristina Fernandes

I get asked a lot if I’m “half.” Often, people are referring to my mixed Caucasian and Asian American heritage, their curiosity sparked by my Korean last name on my Jewish business card or by whate

Rachel Chung

One day after a Girl Scout Brownie meeting, my wife received a call from an irate mom accusing our third-grader of ruining her daughter’s childhood: “Mimi announced in front of all the girls that t

Aron Hirt-Manheimer

The challenges and contradictions of being a Jew in America are never more obvious than in the month of December.

Rabbi Jeff Goldwasser

I was talking recent with my friend Dawn of Building Jewish Bridges about ways to make

Rabbi Ruth Adar

I’ve come to the conclusion that we’re all from families with some level of dysfunction. It’s a human thing. It’s healthy. Look at the founders of Judaism: Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, and Moses.

Cantor David M. Mannes

At a good hour. At the right time. B’sha’ah tovah. That is the traditional Jewish response to learning about a pregnancy.

Margie Bogdanow

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