Many organizations, websites, publications and nonprofits have produced or aggregated resources on Jewish racial, gender and cultural diversity and Jewish social and racial justice actions.
Be’Chol Lashon was begun to build a support system and community for Jewish families of color. Today, it also works to build and strengthen diverse Jewish communities around the world and educate Jews and the general public about Jewish diversity. This website is a portal to many other sites on Jewish diversity.
JFREJ is one of the first Jewish groups to focus on racial injustices. For more than 25 years it has mobilized New York’s Jewish community to fight for racial and economic justice.
JIAH is an education and advocacy organization supporting Jews of multiple heritages.
RAC is one of the oldest Jewish social justice organizations. It is a unit of the Union for Reform Judaism and the Central Conference of American Rabbis, and mobilizes around federal, state and local legislation and organizes to support actions that further racial and social justice. This page is an excellent aggregator of diversity-focused resources:
JMN was founded to strengthens Jewish life and families by empowering, connecting and championing Jews of Color and Jews of diverse heritages nationwide; "Because Jews Come in All Colors."
Publications and Blogs
The Forward, a monthly magazine geared to American Jews, frequently runs articles and opinion pieces on Jewish diversity and racial and social justice.
Tablet is a daily online magazine of Jewish news, ideas, and culture that features deep investigative reporting and leading-edge thought pieces.
My Jewish Learning is a nonpartisan and nondenominational resource for all things Jewish.
Jewlicious is a daily blog dedicated to inspiring young adults, through formal and informal (and often humorous and irreverent) channels, to foster young adult engagement in the Jewish world.
Jewschool is a website with the mission to connect and broadcast Jewish grassroots activists and thinkers dissatisfied with the status quo. Here are two verticals focused on identity and justice:
Becoming Jewish is a blog for those who are interested in converting to Judaism, with significant content focused on LGBT inclusion in the Jewish community.
MochaJuden is website/blog named for the approximately 95,000 U.S. occupation babies born in Germany after WWII born to German women and African American soldiers. The website’s content is focused on discussions, stories and information for biracial and multi-racial Jews.
New York Public Library blog post on outstanding achievers who are African American and Jewish by Amanda Seigel, Jewish Division, Stephen A. Schwarzman Building.