We believe storytelling holds the power to help us more deeply know ourselves, relate to each other more meaningfully, and connect us to the history, memory and tradition of being Jewish.

The authors of Jewish& hold their Judaism fully and fully hold a diversity of racial, ethnic and cultural identities.

These are their stories.

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Asian Jewish Challah Two Ways

Celebrating Shavuot and AAPI Heritage Month

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Asian Jewish Challah Two Ways

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Black Bat Mitzvah

Black Bat Mitzvah

At the time of my bat mitzvah, my party felt like a collision of all the different parts of my ...
Fractured Cracks

Fractured Cracks

There are countless words that have slipped through the cracks of translation, found the ...

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Asian Jewish Identity & Accidental Activism

Asian Jewish Identity & Accidental Activism

‘Zhen Yu and the Snake’ – New Take on Old Jewish Tale

‘Zhen Yu and the Snake’ – New Take on Old Jewish Tale

My Superpower: On Being Black, Japanese, and Jewish

My Superpower: On Being Black, Japanese, and Jewish

An Indian Jew Falls in Love with Israel

An Indian Jew Falls in Love with Israel

Asian Jewish Identity & Accidental Activism

Asian Jewish Identity & Accidental Activism

‘Zhen Yu and the Snake’ – New Take on Old Jewish Tale

‘Zhen Yu and the Snake’ – New Take on Old Jewish Tale

My Superpower: On Being Black, Japanese, and Jewish

My Superpower: On Being Black, Japanese, and Jewish

An Indian Jew Falls in Love with Israel

An Indian Jew Falls in Love with Israel

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Haftam Yitzhak Heathwood

Haftam Yitzhak Heathwood

Haftam Yitzhak Heathwood was born in Ethiopia in 1987 during a time of civil war and famine. ...

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The Last Jewish Daughter of Kaifeng

The Last Jewish Daughter of Kaifeng

Fabrice Sapolsky

INTERTWINED: THE LAST JEWISH DAUGHTER OF KAIFENG is a fast paced action adventure tale dealing with deep real life issues: the meaning of faith in a country that, at that time, doesn’t recognize Judaism as a religion, the condition of women in the early 1970s and freedom of choice. Oh, and, of course, as with the rest of the INTERTWINED series, this new story packs real and accurate Kung Fu!

The comic itself is out of print, but will be part of the Intertwined Omnibus Hardcover Edition that is currently on Kickstarter. Secure a copy and support this comic and  AAPI and Jewish stories today.