Osher Pen’s poem about the freedom fighter, Hatuey, has special resonance this week, since Monday was Indigenous People’s Day.
Miami’s Stephen’s Deli blends Jewish and Cuban food and customers
The graffiti messages scrawled around Miami in March, on the eve of Passover and Holocaust Remembrance Day, were shocking: “The Jews are the Problem” “Zionism is Satanism.”
The daughter of a Cuban Jew describes his family’s beginnings there, why he escaped and about his journey back.
When Castro took control of Cuba, he put curbs on religious practice, forcing Azriel Weitz to write to the Forverts, begging for Passover supplies.
The repairs are part of an initiative by the city ahead of the 500th anniversary of its founding.
— Leaders of Cuba’s Jewish community sent an open letter to the U.S. Jewish community calling for a strengthening of ties and expressing …
WASHINGTON — Alan Gross contacted me a couple of months ago over Facebook Messenger. There was something he thought I should know. I was pl…
The entire country needs modernization, but all things considered, the Jewish community is thriving.
“Hatuey: Memory of Fire,” originally written in Yiddish, became a hit in Havana. Turns out that Jewish culture is more popular in Cuba than you might think.