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Released: March 12, 2013

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Released: March 5, 2013

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Released: May 1, 2012

Aaron Levy Samuels' submission to be voted as a Write Bloody Poet and get his book published. Aaron is a finalist.

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Dr. Lewis Gordon — On Family

Released: January 29, 2013

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Jews In Africa - Abayudaya Artists

Released: August 12, 2012

The Abayaudaya Artists are a group of performers from the Abayudaya community in Uganda who in their own words, "Sing to celebrate the life of Abayudaya, together with the other Jews who have met victory in life, now we are thinking about Tikkun Olam, mending the world, peace, pollution, helping the needy we begin here in our community and then we will spread to other communities."

Shah Doomad

Released: August 29, 2011

Sha'a Dumad is a traditional Persian wedding song. In the song the guests bless the groom, for his wife agreed to take his hand. The exhales her beauty and persona, and compares the groom to a king, a Sha'a.

Treasured Rabbinical Moments, Rabbi Capers Funnye

Released: November 2, 2012

Caper Funnye shares a few memories of his outreach as a Rabbi and as an activist.

"Punk Jews" - Evan Kleinman

Released: September 5, 2011

Following a community of artists expressing Judaism in unconventional ways this independent documentary changes something in the way you'll view your people... to the better we hope.

Tunisian Jews Seek Place in New Order

Released: June 10, 2012

A year and a half after the ouster of Tunisian dictator Zine El Abidine Ben Ali, the president of the Tunisian Jewish community is wistful for the one-party government that ruled the country for decades.

Not Just Part of My DNA

Released: April 15, 2012

Korean-American Rabbi Angela Buchdahl talks with Henry Louis Gates, Jr. about coming to terms as a young adult with not looking classically Jewish, and the moment when she realized she wanted to become a Jewish rabbi.

Khalikidan's Passover Seder

Released: February 23, 2011

Khalikidan and her family came to Israel from Ethiopia. Join her family for a Passover seder, and share Khalikidan's excitement in reciting the four questions.

Oprah- The Challenges Facing Hasidic Jews

Released: February 22, 2012

The Abrahamsons, one of few black Hasidic families, discuss the challenges they face within their community and in the world. Plus, what is it like to be an interracial Hasidic couple? Sarah and her husband, Yosef, open up about the reactions they have received from friends and co-workers.

Interracial Marriage in the Hasidic Community

Released: February 12, 2012

Sarah and Yosef may be different races, but they say their shared Hasidic faith, traditions and values transcend color. Watch as these newlyweds explain how they met and why race was never an issue.

Young Israeli Star Mishel Cohen Sings "Barcelona"

Released: January 05, 2012

Israel's Channel Two’s "School of Music" or "“Beit Sefer L’Musica" junior talent show competition reached its final stage, with 13-year-old Michel Cohen from Dimona crowned as the winner of the first season’s event. This is a video of Mishel singing Jo Amar's "Barcelona." “Beit Sefer L’Musica” is a reality television show that has taken Israel by (musical) storm. Children with extraordinary musical abilities compete in a format similar to “American Idol” (or, in Israel, “Kohav Nolad (A Star is Born)."

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Released: July 23, 2011

Ziggy Marley feels very close to Israel. He's married to Orly, an Israeli woman, and they have three children: A girl named Judah Victoria, a boy called Gideon, and a baby - Abraham Selassie. Marley admits that, having no other choice, he celebrates all the Jewish holidays and is very jealous of our culture.

Ten Young Jews, Making a Difference

Released: November 7, 2011

Kamone Felix’s compositions — whether confronting violence against women or life as a Jew of color — combine raw power with razor-sharp language and a walloping delivery. BlackStarNews called Felix a “fire-cracking slam poet… whose own black/Jewish upbringing offered inspiration for a powerful piece depicting how the blending of the two worlds is not as big an anomaly as one might imagine.”

Vanessa Hidary- Culture Bandit

Released: August 21, 2010

Native New Yorker and Sephardic Jew, Vanessa Hidary, AKA The Hebrew Mamita, grew up on Manhattan's culturally diverse Upper West Side. The Last Kaiser Roll in The Bodega is a collection of Vanessa's signature poems, prose, and excerpts of her nationally acclaimed one-woman show; Culture Bandit.

Reach out to a Jew different than you

Released: August 8, 2008

In a world of 6.6 billion people, only 14 million are Jewish. Less than 0.3% of the world's population. We are a small family despite our differences, so lets love and respect each other. Reach out to a Jew different than you.