Leonard Saxe Fern Chertok and Theodore Sasson
By Leonard Saxe Fern Chertok and Theodore Sasson
How College Can Put the Jewish in Children of Intermarriage
The late great baseball player and philosopher Yogi Berra once quipped, “It ain’t over till it’s over.” Our new study, “Millennial Children of Intermarriage: Touchpoints and Trajectories of Jewish Engagement,” attests to Berra’s wisdom. Despite decades of worry that American “children of intermarriage” would be lost to the community, a large-scale study of young adult…
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