Jews of color
Three Things the Jewish Community Can Do Better, According to a Mixed-Race Jewish Professional
Tema Smith’s own experiences as a mixed race person shape her vision as a Jewish professional.
For an African American Jew, Jerusalem Was a Dream
How the Israel of her childhood imagination became both real and beloved.
When Faced With Hatred, Do We Stay or Do We Go?
But there came a time when the racism joined with political power was simply too much...
The Complex Nature of Intersectionality
Writer Erika K. Davis reflects on the Chicago Dyke March and provides perspective as a Queer Jew of Color.
Growing Up African-American and Jewish Leads to a Life of Service in Georgia
For Georgia Politician, Legacy of Oppression and Persistence Motivates
An Interview with Ilana Kaufman, Public Affairs and Civic Engagement Director, East Bay JCRC
Ilana Kaufman is a nationally recognized speaker, a Jewish community leader with twenty years of organizational development experience, and a published author ...
How Can Jews Talk About Race?
How can Jews talk about race? How can Jews not talk about race? Race is part of all of our ...
My Black Brother Deserves What I Have
When I was eight years old, our family began looking into adopting a child. I was nervous and excited about ...
Camp Rabbi, Role Model, Match-Maker
This week rabbinic student Isaama Stoll is heading up to Camp Be’chol Lashon to teach Torah, pray and hang with other ...
Q&A with Raffi Freedman-Gurspan, the White House’s Primary LGBT Liaison
Keshet recently spoke with Raffi Freedman-Gurspan. Raffi, a Jewish woman, is the first openly transgender member of staff at the White House. ...