Southern

To Everything There is a Season

Reflections from a southern Jew on New Year's Eve

A Blind Date with Literature

Or, what happens when you can't judge a book by its cover.

Hanukkah Advocacy Starts at Home

Rachel's mom inspired her passion for Jewish education—and she's keeping the tradition alive.

Thanksgiving 2020: New Traditions for a New World

While we're mourning the loss of time spent with friends and family in person, we're making new (southern and Jewish) Thanksgiving memories.

Taking Southern Jewish Stories Home to Wisconsin

I was thankful to have so much to share at my Ripon reunion this year.

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...

Caring for the Southern Jewish Community

Why a uniquely Southern and Jewish organization resonates for this Jewish musician.

Can Southern Jewish Hospitality Ever Go Too Far?

Wanting to share your favorite foods is great, but guilting people into eating them isn't

A Yankee Perspective on the Jewish South

What makes a Southern Jew different from a Northern Jew?

“Funny, You Don’t Look Jewish”

Not actually funny. Not actually a compliment.