Southern & Jewish
Welcoming a stranger in my midst
One of my favorite traditions around Shavuot is the reading of the Book of Ruth. To me, it always jumps ...
Rabbis Without Borders
Today marks the end of the most prolific counting of days in the Jewish calendar. S’firat ha’Omer, the Counting of ...
Over two and a half millennia ago, the People of Israel already harbored a deep enmity towards the People of ...
One sliver lining of quarantine has been spending quality time with my Japanese father and Israeli mother.
I am constantly making mistakes, questioning my identity, and second-guessing myself, but I know that this work is a process.
Mizrachi music is the soundtrack we need for this moment.
One of my favorite parts of traveling the South are these literary gems
Four mothers share insights about raising children who navigate multiple identities, making the best of quarantine.
Raffi and Marion Freedman-Gurspan talk parenting, how their politics and LGBTQ activism informed their family life, and more!
With help from a modern Jacob
Who is a prophet? A possible definition might be he or she who proclaims today the moral truths of tomorrow. ...
Elijah Gordon, aka Sølä, The Jewmaican, explores his Jewish-Jamaican identity on "OnTrack."
As National Poetry Month ends, we are sharing a poem written by our Associate Director of Education and Training, Dubbs ...
Watch live on Be'chol Lashon's Facebook page on Friday, May 1 at 3:00 PM EST.