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Multiculturalism; Diversity

Results 1-10 of 12 Multiculturalism; Diversity
Does Jewish unity allow for diversity? The pros and cons of multiculturalism are reflected in the two primary mitzvot of Sukkot -- taking the Four Kinds and dwelling in the sukkah.
Should I Convert to Judaism? Is Judaism For Everybody? Q&A RankRankRankRankRankRank
My mother was a fairly devout Italian Catholic and my father an Anglican skeptic who never went to church. I was always so confused. Then I discovered Judaism, and I love it! What's my next step?
The Greeks brought culture, rationalism, geometry, drama, and appreciation of beauty. What point is there in celebrating the victory of those who resisted progress?
The night their father left town, his sons reminisced about their shared childhood, and the messages stressed in their home...
Is it the ideal position for a Jew to be locked off from the world, isolated in a self-imposed ghetto? We were tasked with being "a light unto the nations" and we can't do our job if we stay home and hibernate...
"If you want to make it with people," Prager said, "don't talk to them about their work or politics. Speak about their hobbies and their families."
My cholent is a concoction of: a bow to ancient tradition, a recognition of life's bitterness and sweetness, and deference to my pedigree as a fourth-generation American
I’m not interested in a heritage of pogroms and persecution and annihilation. I don’t want to hear about all the suffering of the Jews. And why should I have faith in a G-d who allowed my father to abandon me and my mother? And mysticism? A bunch of...
They continued their walk along the water, passing fishing boats, ferry docks and cruise ship ports along the way...
Things We Have in Common When Two Different Cultures Marry Story RankRankRankRankRankRank
"You married a white boy!" a high school pal exclaims in an email after discovering my wedding photos online. I groan. Later, my grandmother peers into my husband's blue eyes while watching our wedding DVD and repeatedly asks me, "Why did he marry you?"
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