Be'chol Lashon

Be’chol Lashon


2010 Winners: Dr. Carl Hoffman, Tamás Wormser, Nicole Opper & Dr. Carolivia Herron

The Be'chol Lashon Media Awards were presented on May 14, 2011, honoring excellence in coverage of Jewish ethnic diversity in print, film and new media from the previous year. In its fourth year, the contest drew entries from around the world, including explorations of African, African-American, Latino, Asian and Arab Jewry. The winners, who each received $1,000, were:

Dr. Carl Hoffman

"Letter from the Philippines"

Moment Magazine
November/December 2010



Dr. Carl Hoffmand

As one of the judges stated, Dr. Hoffman is very respectful and thorough in his examination of the Philippines, its history and its people. From beginning to end, a very captivating story, told in an excellent manner.


New Media

Tamás Wormser
The Wandering Muse

Artesian Films


"The Wandering Muse" visits the remnants of disappearing Jewish musical communities, like the Afghan and Uzbek, and attends the dynamic birth of new Jewish music in the Diaspora.

Tamas Wormser

Nicole Opper

Off and Running
First Run Features
January 31, 2010


With white Jewish lesbians for parents and two adopted brothers — one mixed-race and one Korean—Brooklyn teen Avery grew up in a unique and loving household.

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Off and Running


Children's Books
Dr. Carolivia Herron

Always an Olivia &
Nappy Hair

Knopf Books for Young Readers
Kar-Ben Publishing
October 2007 &
January 1997


Her most recent book Always an Olivia is a heartwarming story of pride and family connections which encompasses the joys and struggles of Jewish life.

Dr. Carolivia Herron

The awards were presented at the Be'chol Lashon International Think Tank, the largest annual gathering of diverse Jewish leaders from around the world.



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Be'chol Lashon & Shemspeed music video premiere of
Y-Love's hit single,
"This is Unity"




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