In a town full of Jews, our identity was a contradiction. As Latinos we were exotic, yet as Jews we were part of mainstream.
“Being Latin and Jewish I felt slightly disenfranchised.”
The federal government is charging the Hasidic-owned New York electronics store B&H Photo & Electronics with discriminating against its Hispanic warehouse workers.
What is the origin of the expression ‘the walls have ears’? Philologos delves into Hebrew scholarship — and explains what it has to do with WhatsApp billionaire Jan Koum.
Now the third-largest Jewish metro area in the U.S., South Florida is home to one of America’s most diverse and unusual Jewish communities.
A huge Latin influx is turning Miami into one of America’s most unusual Jewish communities — and may lead to the first Reform Jewish high school in the U.S.
“Mambo Shevitz” is one of many tracks revisited in “It’s a Scream How Levine Does the Rhumba: The Latin-Jewish Musical Story, 1940s-1980s,” the latest release from the Idelsohn Society for Musical Preservation.
Many of us are familiar with the Yiddish proverb, ‘A man thinks and God laughs.’ But understanding the story of how that phrase came into being requires some knowledge of history and Latin.
The Anti-Defamation League is addressing problems old and new as it marks its centennial. Even though doors are open to Jews, it sees stubborn anti-Semitism, especially among minorities.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu thanked outgoing Pope Benedict on Monday for his efforts to shore up often troubled relations between the Roman Catholic Church and Jews, including with his 2009 visit to the Holy Land.