Do Jews Send Rosh Hashanah Cards?
Jews have been sending New Years' greetings by mail for centuries.
Judaism and Immigration
The Torah repeatedly emphasizes our obligation to love the strangers among us and to avoid causing them harm.
Supporting Immigration Causes for You Bar/Bat Mitzvah Project
Jewish support for immigrants is often tied to the repeated biblical injunction not to oppress the stranger.
In 1887, Mexico announced it would accept 5,000 Russian Jews if they were willing to settle uncultivated land owned by the government.
The world's most famous magician, whose real name was Erich Weisz, was the son of a rabbi.
Sports & Immigrant Jews
Immigrant Jews delved into sports to prove their mettle as Americans.
Jewish New York: The Early Years
Challenges and triumphs since 23 Jews landed in New Amsterdam in 1654.
Sephardic Jewish Immigrants: The Second Wave
A renewed influx of Sephardic immigrants around the turn of the 20th century.