Agata Tuszyńska Knew She Was Jewish But Couldn’t Talk About It

Polish poet and author Agata Tuszyńska didn’t know her Jewish background until she was 19. In “A Family History of Fear,” she comes to terms with her history — and that of her country.


South Korea Seeks To Grab Share of Kosher Food Market

South Korea has seen the future — and it’s kosher.

Metrograph’s Owners Name Their Top Ten Films

Metrograph’s founders grew up going to the independent arthouse cinemas. We asked them to list their top ten favorite movies and they came up with some classics.

In ‘Beauty of Their Dreams,’ Filmmaker Explores Conflict Between Religion And Girls’ Education

A new documentary, “Beauty of Their Dreams,” takes a look at the work that is being done by religious organizations and individuals, and challenges viewers themselves to get involved in changing the future for girls and women.

Ohio Orthodox Synagogue Elects All-Female Board

(JTA) — An  Ohio congregation has become what is perhaps the first Orthodox synagogue to elect an all-female slate of officers. At their annual meeting on June 26, the Oheb Zedek-Cedar Sinai Synagogue in Lyndhurst, Ohio elected five women to their board. Sharon Weiss-Greenberg, executive director of the New York-based Jewish Orthodox Feminist Alliance, told…

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