Host Brad Pomerance speaks with Transgender Activist Michaela Mendelsohn about her decision to transition from male to female, her activism in the transgender community and the role her Jewish faith played on this journey.
Host Brad Pomerance interview Author Jan Berlfein Burns about her book," March of the Living: Our Stories", about Holocaust survivors who lived through World War II during their childhood.
Actress Debra Messing offers a humorous look at her Jewish identify; the Pew Forum offers an extensive look at how Jewish Israelis identify themselves.
German Consul General Hans Jorg Neumann details his diplomatic career and speaks about German relations with the Jewish community andthe State of Israel in the 21st Century.
Director of the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum, Dr. Piotr M.A. Cywinski.
Groundbreaking efforts to cure diseases afflicting us today; uncovering an ancient cemetery in Ashkelon Israel.
Three young Jewish men brought to the U.S. to connect with each other.
Holocaust survivor Inge Auerbacher works to spread Holocaust education; the history of the Jews of Atlantic City, New Jersey.
"The Secret of Chabad" book is discussed wit Rabbi David Eliezrie.
Roman Ward; Jewish Florida Museum; Pianists for Peace.
Talking with three men involved in the capture and trial of Adolph Eichmann; efforts at interfaith bridge building; Maccabi Haifi takes on the Los Angeles Lakers.
Uplifting stories emanating from the ashes of World War II.
Displaced communities during World War II and today.
Mark Rubin survived the Holocaust as a child and went on to become a successful and philanthropic California resident.
Randy Schoenberg, the attorney who successfully represented Maria Altmann in her quest to recover Nazi looted art from Austria.
How a Jewish community is adapting to it's changing world.
Chava Pressburger, sister to Holocaust diarist Peter Ginz, who has become known as the male Anne Frank.
Angella Nazarian takes a look back at her past in Iran, while Joelyn Flomenhaft reflects on the past of her father and two women he liberated during World War II.
Determined individuals who are standing tall to fight for a better future.
Michael Bash, author of "Evolution by God" and Professor Andrew Jacobs, author of "Christ Circumcised."
The Producers of the "What We Carry" Holocaust Education Project.
Meet three Jewish Americans who have committed themselves to the Jewish community and the State of Israel.
Three people work to make the world a better place.
Highlighting Jewish women working for change.
A look at Jewish communities in Odessa, Ukraine and Budapest, Hungary.
Janice Engel, Mickey Held and Amber Howell discuss their "What We Carry" Holocaust Education Project.
The leaders of two organizations discuss the benefits they've gained from membership.
Two entrepreneurs explore their Jewish roots.
Three women honor those killed in their communities' genocides; Joanne Caras and Julia Belanoff.
One Jewish-American takes an unexpected detour through Damascus while the other makes the Aliyah.
Travel with the team to Warsaw and Lodz to visit notorious sites from World War II.
The J Report team travels around the world, visiting Jewish communities in North America, Africa, Asia and Europe.
Exploring Jewish figures working in Hollywood.
Uncovering unique initiatives to educate the world about the Holocaust.
Celebrating the birth of Israel and highlighting some of Israel's unlikely heroes.
An interview with Kym Karath with a Survivor of Auschwitz; a woman's 20 year struggle to reclaim her family farm in Romania.
Medical issues in the Jewish community.
Jimmy Lichtman discusses pre-war Europe and the March of the Living in Auschwitz.
Meet fearless Jewish women who make a difference.
Investigating educational initiatives in the Jewish community.
Jews of the Iberian Peninsula and their unique language.
Jews living on the African continent.
Josef Mengele with a "Mengele Twin".
Exploring anti-Israeli rhetoric on campus.
Children of Holocaust survivors journey to uncover their parents' paths through the Holocaust.
Interfaith relations with Clergy from the Protestant, Islamic and Catholic faiths.
An interview with Ariel Sabar, author of "My Father's Paradise."
Investigating how the Jewish community defines itself.
Exploring Yiddish, the language spoken by Eastern European Jewry in the early 20th century.
Jewish pioneers in the west.
Jewish figures living in Hollywood.
Jews living in the far East.
Host Brad Pomerance delves into the causes of anti-Semitism and the methods to combat this hatred.
Host Brad Pomerance interviews author Steve Pease and highlights two great Jewish achievers.
Celebrating Jewish food; hosted by Brad Pomerance.
Interview with Steve Pease; highlights about Albert Einstein and Comcast's Brian Roberts.
Yuri Foreman; Omri Casspi; Alana Veingard; another success story from JDate.
Exploring how the Jewish community is facing tough economic times.
Investigating modern Jewry's approach to homosexuality.
Exploring how World Jewry is helping Africans living in crisis.
Movie premieres, premier prodigies, prodigious celebrations and more.
Holocaust survivors recount their stories from the SS St. Louis to Auschwitz.
Getting through tough times.
Interview with Ariel Sabar, author of "My Father's Paradise: A Son's Search for His Family's Past."
Meet Jews young and old.
Professional and amateur sports stars from the Jewish community.
Exploring genetic and historical paths of the Jewish community.