• Check out the new JMN Blog

    Enjoy the new Jewish Multiracial Network Blog featuring contributions from JMN members with the inaugural post for Black History Month.

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  • JMN Parlor Meeting Featured on Jewschool

    “There’s something that happens in a room when people are being nudged around in their comfort zones, when they’re pushing themselves to think bigger and wider. It’s like an electricity. Not like. It is .” JMN Board member, Erika Davis, wrote a guest post for Jewschool about JMN’s First Parlor … Continue Reading >>

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  • What Are You?

    JMN Member, Amani Hayes-Messinger, performs a spoken word poem … For me, the most daunting part of being Jewish is the beginning. The introduction. The double take. I will always have to repeat my religion twice.

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  • JMN Posters For Sale!

    JMN’s “Because Jews Come in All Colors” Posters are now for sale. Help us spread awareness of the diversity of the Jewish community! Click on the poster in the right side bar or here for more information!

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  • Family Seeks Inclusion for Multiracial Jews

    JMN members, Linda Oppenheim and Bob Karp, have been featured in an article, Couple seeks inclusion for multiracial Jews, in the promotion of the upcoming seminar at the Jewish Center of Princeton, “Racial Diversity in the American-Jewish Community: Talking Together about Creating Pathways of Inclusion.”

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  • JMN on The Jewish Channel

    JMN’s President, Chava Shervington, participated in Episode 26 of The Salon on The Jewish Channel (TJC) with topics ranging from the opt-out generation, race, and Israeli feminism and inter-religous conflict. Episode 26 will air on TJC-OnDemand starting Wednesday August 28th through Wednesday October 30th in the TJC Original Series Category. … Continue Reading >>

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This year much is being made of the fact that the first night of Chanukah falls on Thanksgiving. It’s been dubbed Thanksgivukkah and other such cute names by various media sources. Everyone’s talking about it, Jewish or not. However, this great occasion (not to happen again for another 70,000 years) … Continue Reading >>