Dina Melicov was a Jewish immigrant sculptor-painter who lived in New York through the Depression and war eras. Her daughter made it her mission to have the works win the respect they deserve.
Michael Twitty, a Jewish African-American culinary historian, who was a guest of the Jewish Film festival in Jerusalem, endured humiliating treatment at Ben-Gurion Airport. Irrespective of religion, race or gender? Not in these parts.
Jewish African-American culinary historian Michael Twitty, now in Israel, is passionate about what he calls culinary justice and about Jewish grandmas who cook Southern style.
Maysoon Zayid is trying to make the world a better place – mainly with the help of large doses of unrestrained humor.
In a special interview with Haaretz, Marcus Rediker, author of book 'The Slave Ship: A Human History,' talks about 'floating concentration camps' and why the Black community should never forget.
Najla Said talks about her relationship with her father, her privileged upbringing and the guilt she feels toward the Palestinian people.
In his autobiography, ‘Summertime,’ J.M. Coetzee presents himself, his fellow Afrikaners and Israelis in a very bad light.
Mary Catherine Bateson, daughter of the pioneering anthropologist, tells how her mother's research helped change marriage customs in America.
A new book about Israeli hip-hop finds that it uses the genre’s form while ignoring its substance.