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When Black History Month and Torah Come Together

A Black-Jewish poet pens Torah-inspired reflections for Black History Month.

Abayudaya Leader to Israelis: “We Are Your Brothers and Sisters”

Rabbi Gershom Sizomu reflects on his recent visit to Israel.

Remembering Julius Lester — And a Stop Along His Spiritual Journey

A meaningful and surprising first encounter creates lasting bond

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s Trip to the Holy Land

What we can learn from MLK's most important trip of his life

Black Jewish Prayers for Dr. Martin Luther King, Shabbat and Everyday

Not seeing her own experiences in the traditional Jewish prayer book, this Black Jewish woman wrote her own.

Trip to Africa Redefines Family for African-American Rabbi

Lessons learned in Rwanda in 2017 are inspiring a rabbi's work in the United States.

The Best Multicultural and Racial Stories of 2017

A look back at 2017 as told in the stories of racially and ethnically diverse Jews

Winter Poems As We Celebrate at Hanukkah

Inspired by her multicultural heritage, poet celebrates winter

A Latin Twist on Hanukkah Latkes

A Hanukkah latke recipe inspired by Mexican and Jewish family traditions

Sephardic Hanukkah Cookies Bring Community Together

Three generations cook Sephardic recipes for Hanukkah