A visit with Hank Lazer in Tuscaloosa, wondering ‘what is a Jew doing here’
Rabbi Ira Sanders of Arkansas, little-known Civil Rights hero
Five years later, Dothan, Ala. has 18 new Jewish residents
Elijah Schulman’s family had roots in Selma, Ala. Now his mitzvah project will help maintain its century-old temple.
In his novel, Sam Halpern writes about Kentucky’s Jewish sharecroppers. A Q&A with the son who made him famous.
A New Yorker flees to New Orleans and finds himself surrounded by Jews
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