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And on that day Black was definitely the most important. It can be hard to be the three parts of me when they are separate.

It can be harder still when the three parts come together. My experiences in synagogues have been, relatively speaking, non-confrontational about my race and my gender.

I also cannot say that there are not parts of being an Orthodox woman that I struggle with accepting. I settle for attempting to understand them, and being impressed by the enormous amount of respect the women in my community are treated.

Most people assume I must be a convert, but since I am a convert, that doesn't bother me much. I can understand why.

Of course, people do ask me the question: Why in the world would you decide to convert to Judaism? I've always taken it to mean that the folks asking know that being Jewish isn't easy, and they just want to understand why you would take it on if you didn't have to.

Truthfully, sometimes I wonder that myself. But I know with complete certainty that this is my path to God.

I spent my whole life looking for it, and now that I've found it, I also know I have to follow it. I have a friend who tried to go to a Passover Seder at synagogue near where I currently live and Jews there were so rude to her and her child that they just left.

My worst experience was at one synagogue at the end of one service. As I was leaving, I heard a man talking negatively about how he felt about Black people.

I was taken aback. For a moment, I considered confronting him. But he was an older man, settled in his thinking, unmovable in his opinions.

I couldn't imagine that anything I said would have even penetrated, not to mention influenced him to change his mind. I later learned that the President of the Board of Directors and the Rabbi of that synagogue confronted this man and demanded he apologize to me.

And he did. More important to me though was what the shul President and Rabbi did. I am so grateful that they stood up for me immediately, conclusively, and with enthusiasm.

I recently read in the Torah: "Behold, I set before you today a blessing and a curse" Deut. I realized I feel like that about being a Black, Jewish woman: it's a blessing and it's a curse.

I am not asking anyone to feel sorry for me. I have a good life. God has truly blessed me, especially because I am certain I am on the right path on my journey through this world to grow closer to God.

But the fact that my life could have been so much worse doesn't mean that there have not been down sides. And people treat me well, even respectfully.

It seems they take me for who I think I am a Jewish woman visiting as opposed to who I look like I am a random Black woman who wandered in. On the other hand, I never completely fit into those spaces.

I am never just like everybody else. I am almost always "the only one. I can't say I planned to end up who I am, or where I am, today. I am Black.

I am Jewish. And I am a woman. And all of those things have upsides and downsides, alone and even more so, in combination. My life is fairly simple: I work remotely these days.

I live contentedly alone in a small apartment. I attend synagogue. I am invited for meals with families in the community.

I learn and I teach. And although I sometimes have a touch of anger, as well as a touch of guilt, I am beyond grateful that God has blessed me with the great gifts of having a home, living in an inspiring and supportive community, and being mostly happy, most of the time.

What kind of shidduchim does she get and why? Especially religious ones? Maybe in a subsequent article? This was probably not an easy essay for you to write but thank you for doing so!

It spoke to my soul because I live in that space of gift and course everyday. I found this essay thought provoking. I have often found that people tend to respond to me in what I call their "ascending order of prejudice.

Thank you for sharing your story, unabashedly. It makes me feel that I, to, am on the right path in learning about Judaism.

I have a desire to convert, only H knows when it will take place.. H bless you beyond measure. On the other hand. A joke. In the 60's an old Yid is sitting in the back of the bus, a young black man sits across from him.

The old man watches carefully as the young man takes a newspaper out of his bag and notices that it is in Yiddish.

He gets the young man's attention and asks. Black ain't enough for you? Jews that you are meeting are Ashkenzi that are light skin, there is another type of Jews that are Sephardic and Mazarrchi Jews,that have darker skin tone.

Also, in Israel there are Ethiopian Jews that are dark too. Jews come in different shades of color, and in Israel they blend in together.

Jews are not real white either, that is why they murdered in the Holocaust, and for being Jewish. Maybe you should change your Shul, to a Sephardic one where there are people darker skin.

Also, even born Jews that are darker sometimes have problems too, I once went to visit a family in Israel the husband was light and the wive was Sephardic, the oldest son was light and the younger two sons were darker skin like their mother, and the oldest son made fun of his own brothers and the mother made a joke about it, but I was there and it must of hurt the mother very much.

Sometimes even in families people are not always nice to each other, also once I went to Rhode Island were the woman was a child of Holocaust Survivor s and the husband was a black convert, and he was happy to be in Shul be part of the davening and learning, and I felt very comfortable there.

Maybe you should get in touch with Nissim Black that lives in Israel, also go to Israel to see the communities there.

The organization Black Lives Matter don't care about blacks but are a Marxist group that hates Jews, Israel, and are criminals that make crimes, who knows if they got funded by George Soros may his name be erased that helped the Nazis may their name be erased loot assets from Jews, and now used is ill gotten gains to try to destroy Israel and America G-d forbid, so nothing is what it seems.

Sometimes Jews are uncomfortable around converts no matter their color, it is what the Jews went through history, Jews were slaves and were oppressed, and had worst done to them, also nobody knows what kind of life others have, so sometimes take the high road.

Among Jews sometimes there is not harmony sadly! First, I would like to personally welcome you to our Jewish community. Most people know me as "Benjilini.

I will tell you as I would often tell my thousands of students sitting on the gym floor by the black line at P.

I had to "fight" to take off for our Jewish Holidays without pay and the daily Friday and yearly issue to get out early enough on early Fridays for candle lighting times.

Remember, Hashem does NOT judge us by the color of our skin as Jews or non-Jews but rather "how we are shining HIS light to ALL of his children and helping the "orphan, the widow, the oppressed, and, trying our best to follow his Commandments.

Dear Billye Tziporah, Thank you for your courageous and elegant article. Wishing you continued success in your teaching and studying and writing.

If you are ever in Israel, please make contact. It would be an honor to meet you. Shana tova. I was a Cadet Sgt. When the class was over, I asked him his name again.

He invited me to his house and I met his family. Dad was very orthodox, wore a kippah, and had a kosher home.

We became very strong friends, and I was grateful to have met him. Amos became a musician, and moved to the Caribbean.

I moved to Texas and Lost contact with him. Thank you for sharing your heart so courageously. I have to say I do empathize with your struggles as being the only one in your space of the minority race and your comments about some who have made you feel uncomfortable.

I think because you stand out, it is human nature and weakness to take notice and judge one way or another, some out of fear of the different and some out of curiosity.

I have to say I would probably also take notice of someone who is different but also be inspired by their strength and their firm belief and commitment, but please don't take everyone who sees you as different as negative, but understand that you courage and faith serves as an example.

Forgive the people around you and continue your life with the openness and decency that you hold. You have lived this journey and have come to this place to serve as a silent teacher.

Your presence, your aura, and your faith in G-d all teach the world around you, forgiveness, love, patience, tolerance and faith.

Faith in God and humanity. For that, everything you have done to this point was for a reason. Thank you for all that you are and that you do by choosing this path.

I wish you the best. It makes me happy. I hope you find your happy, you deserve it. Bless you. She is one of the original feminists associated with Gloria Steinem.

Also, there is a small, but rich history of the Jews of Jamaica, West Indies. I was at the Synagogue in downtown Kingston, last May.

I converted to Judaism before I had children, because I loved the religion and I wanted my children to be born Jewish.

My husband was a secular Jew and discouraged me from converting and so did my in-laws. When we, as a couple, attended services together which was not often he would embarrass me by joking with people several seats away and not in a whisper, either.

Everybody enjoyed his company because he is a born comedian. As for me, I was pretty much ignored. After one service we attended, when he had continued his clownish behavior during services, I told him he didn't need to go with me anymore, which was fine with him.

Then I went to the Rabbi and inquired about converting. After a year of studying, I went to the Mikvah and made my transition from "goy" to "OY!

Now I knew my children would be born Jewish. However, my husband refused to have anything to do with raising them as Jews, so I shlepped them to religious school 3x a week, took them to required services, and paid religious school tuition out of my own pocket I had a good job at the time.

Ten years in all. Both my children were born and raised as Jews, as much as I could do to make it happen. And they both got a Bar Mitzvah! I found that the Congregation accepted me on general terms, friendly enough, but then on occasion, I would learn that people would only go so far in what they chose to talk to me about.

In other words, they would tell me only selected portions of things that went on in their private lives, but not the rest of it, I would later find out the "rest of it" from others who shared it with me.

However, that did not discourage me from quitting the Synagogue, I still go and do have friends there but I must remember that in the back of their minds, I am still a "convert".

You are wonderfully made. Be all GOD created you to be. There is a lot that can be learned from what you wrote. Thank you. There is a very active, flourishing Jewish Black Synagogue in Chicago and the majority of the congregation was born Jewish.

The Rabbi is also black and all are welcome. I was moved by this article in many ways, but there is one point that is clear to me: Being a white American Jewish male of European descent living in an often anti-Semitic world I can avoid confronting this type of discrimination because I am invisible to the haters.

This courageous and dedicated black her most recent preference of identify Jewish woman cannot be invisible if she chose to be because of the color of her skin.

Also, while being fully respectful and sympathetic to her experience, I nor any white person could ever fully understand the pain she has experienced throughout her life.

G-d bless her. She is surely a beacon of hope and strength to anyone that has read her story or know her personally. We are forced to identify as this or that by a media that is controlled by the racial politics mindset of liberalism.

Try to distance yourself from this. Your skin is black or brown or whatever beautiful color Hashem made it. You are whatever you think you are.

And if you look different, so what? Live your life and think about serving Hashem. No need to feel sorry for yourself because the liberal media is filled with identity politics on a daily basis.

Eta Kushner , August 25, PM. I didn't take away that she is feeling sorry for herself at all. She was just expressing her feelings about often being the "only one.

Would you feel sorry for yourself or just feel like you stand out? I have great respect for those who chose to be Jewish, especially those who take the orthodox path, which to my mind is much harder to follow.

The author is black and female. Being white and female I can tell you that in orthodoxy, I have found the respect for women limited.

I certainly cannot condone the disrespect shown to her. Every Jew should be respected regardless of gender or color. Katz , August 25, PM. The writer's sensitivity to what it means to be who she is has touched my heart.

With the challenge of being a Jewish Black woman in our world, she is able to keep her focus on the objective to get close to Hashem.

May He bless her and all of klal Yisrael for a Shana Tova -- a good, happy healthy year. I have so many thoughts going on here.

I am a convert and as such a member of the community. Is that accepted by all? Some don't like converts though we are mandated by God to to treat converts well.

Speaking from experience which you obviously don't have nor others that believed his words when you can't breathe you can't talk.

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If you felt that people in shul thought you were there to steal that's on you. Not them. An old man who didn't like blacks. Not surprising though disappointing.

If you don't look to every interaction as an opportunity for growth for both of you again that's on you.

Maybe Hashem wants you to be a conduit of learning that you passed up. That time. I have lived in poor neighborhoods where I was the only white woman let alone Jew.

And Im whiter than white picked on for decades for being so pale. Unhealthy looking. We all have our challenges.

I was myself with my neighbors. I fostered relationships. That's me though. Did I have problems? For the most part no though I was a curiosity to some.

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Faith in God and humanity. For that, everything you have done to this point was for a reason. Thank you for all that you are and that you do by choosing this path.

I wish you the best. It makes me happy. I hope you find your happy, you deserve it. Bless you. She is one of the original feminists associated with Gloria Steinem.

Also, there is a small, but rich history of the Jews of Jamaica, West Indies. I was at the Synagogue in downtown Kingston, last May.

I converted to Judaism before I had children, because I loved the religion and I wanted my children to be born Jewish.

My husband was a secular Jew and discouraged me from converting and so did my in-laws. When we, as a couple, attended services together which was not often he would embarrass me by joking with people several seats away and not in a whisper, either.

Everybody enjoyed his company because he is a born comedian. As for me, I was pretty much ignored. After one service we attended, when he had continued his clownish behavior during services, I told him he didn't need to go with me anymore, which was fine with him.

Then I went to the Rabbi and inquired about converting. After a year of studying, I went to the Mikvah and made my transition from "goy" to "OY!

Now I knew my children would be born Jewish. However, my husband refused to have anything to do with raising them as Jews, so I shlepped them to religious school 3x a week, took them to required services, and paid religious school tuition out of my own pocket I had a good job at the time.

Ten years in all. Both my children were born and raised as Jews, as much as I could do to make it happen.

And they both got a Bar Mitzvah! I found that the Congregation accepted me on general terms, friendly enough, but then on occasion, I would learn that people would only go so far in what they chose to talk to me about.

In other words, they would tell me only selected portions of things that went on in their private lives, but not the rest of it, I would later find out the "rest of it" from others who shared it with me.

However, that did not discourage me from quitting the Synagogue, I still go and do have friends there but I must remember that in the back of their minds, I am still a "convert".

You are wonderfully made. Be all GOD created you to be. There is a lot that can be learned from what you wrote. Thank you. There is a very active, flourishing Jewish Black Synagogue in Chicago and the majority of the congregation was born Jewish.

The Rabbi is also black and all are welcome. I was moved by this article in many ways, but there is one point that is clear to me: Being a white American Jewish male of European descent living in an often anti-Semitic world I can avoid confronting this type of discrimination because I am invisible to the haters.

This courageous and dedicated black her most recent preference of identify Jewish woman cannot be invisible if she chose to be because of the color of her skin.

Also, while being fully respectful and sympathetic to her experience, I nor any white person could ever fully understand the pain she has experienced throughout her life.

G-d bless her. She is surely a beacon of hope and strength to anyone that has read her story or know her personally. We are forced to identify as this or that by a media that is controlled by the racial politics mindset of liberalism.

Try to distance yourself from this. Your skin is black or brown or whatever beautiful color Hashem made it.

You are whatever you think you are. And if you look different, so what? Live your life and think about serving Hashem.

No need to feel sorry for yourself because the liberal media is filled with identity politics on a daily basis. Eta Kushner , August 25, PM.

I didn't take away that she is feeling sorry for herself at all. She was just expressing her feelings about often being the "only one.

Would you feel sorry for yourself or just feel like you stand out? I have great respect for those who chose to be Jewish, especially those who take the orthodox path, which to my mind is much harder to follow.

The author is black and female. Being white and female I can tell you that in orthodoxy, I have found the respect for women limited.

I certainly cannot condone the disrespect shown to her. Every Jew should be respected regardless of gender or color.

Katz , August 25, PM. The writer's sensitivity to what it means to be who she is has touched my heart. With the challenge of being a Jewish Black woman in our world, she is able to keep her focus on the objective to get close to Hashem.

May He bless her and all of klal Yisrael for a Shana Tova -- a good, happy healthy year. I have so many thoughts going on here.

I am a convert and as such a member of the community. Is that accepted by all? Some don't like converts though we are mandated by God to to treat converts well.

Speaking from experience which you obviously don't have nor others that believed his words when you can't breathe you can't talk.

MLK who you also reference was all about the contentcof character. Floyd a man who robbed a poor black pregnant woman in her home. A place where she should have felt safe and secure.

During the crime she was beaten. Yes wonderful reference. Being Jewish is not about being judgemental and all about our relationshipnwith Hashem amd each otherm.

If you felt that people in shul thought you were there to steal that's on you. Not them. An old man who didn't like blacks.

Not surprising though disappointing. If you don't look to every interaction as an opportunity for growth for both of you again that's on you.

Maybe Hashem wants you to be a conduit of learning that you passed up. That time. I have lived in poor neighborhoods where I was the only white woman let alone Jew.

And Im whiter than white picked on for decades for being so pale. Unhealthy looking. We all have our challenges. I was myself with my neighbors. I fostered relationships.

That's me though. Did I have problems? For the most part no though I was a curiosity to some. I also was an unemployed poor and white and Jewish.

Not possible. Stereotypes are Limitations. Not facts. Not truths. Jennifer , August 25, PM. Not all challenges are the same.

The Holocaust was a horrible experience for the Jewish nation. There were excuses for why people wanted them dead and all of them was not because they were jealous of the Jewish nation but they spoke badly of the Jewish people.

There were birth ideologies about the Jewish nation. That was the excuse that we propagated for other to kill. Murder someone because of your own hate is not pleasing to GOD.

I leave that to him what that outcome will be. You look upon something that he George Floyd did and you judge him forever.

Holding him accountable without release. I have seen and fallen short. No one has the right to hold that back from another human being that God made in his likeness.

For the way you judge others is how you will be judged. The measure with which you measure out will be used to measure to you.

I find your story very interesting and inspiring. And I wish aish would tell more stories of black, japanese, Latin American Jews. It is not color, and it is not the birthplace.

We are all human beings, and as jews we ALL descend from slaves in Egypt. I think that this woman is not so different than most women in that her respective 'traits' are more or less dominant in different situations.

The fact that her coloring may be different than the 'average' American Jewess, makes her no less of anything than she is as a complete person trying to find her way through life.

The writing is wonderfully frank and well appreciated. Kol Hacavod! You wrote beautifully! Wishing you all the best!

So you have dark skin, eh? So what? My ancestors were also slaves. Only in America does that seem to matter. What matters to me far more is that you are a Jew and therefore someone I can invite to meet my family, come for a Shabbat meal, and even find a shidduch for you - if you are interested, no harm in trying.

As Martin Luther King Jnr said, it's the "content of you character" that matters to me. The colour of your skin is totally irrelevant.

The "colour" of your character is far more important. Blair , August 25, PM. I agree completely, at a Jewish American Black woman, this insecurity that she and many other "Jews if color" face is largely an American problem.

I would encourage the author to visit Israel and gain some confidence, as Jews come in all shades. I find it odd how content she is with being a single Orthodox Jewish woman, has no one in her community expressed interest in helping her get married and forming her own family??

I am the person she mentions who lived at the time in Spokane. I deeply appreciated that Billye took the time to explain to me, while she loves us dearly, Spokane was not the place that would make her fulfilled in her beliefs.

Having been there with her when she went through the process to become a Jewish woman, and listening to the studies and questions, I am very proud to call her my friend.

And I still tell people that I know dinosaurs would not be kosher. Love you my friend. Billye, for the record, you are a rich, beautiful tapestry of wonder.

Which is exactly why He repeated to love the stranger 36 times!!! There are many more than ever before! People generally love themselves and protect themselves from people who make them feel unwelcome and bad.

Nobody owes the curious an explanation. Drop your curiosity and get busy loving instead. It is quite painful and saddening to read how you feel about this.

God stresses dozens of times that Jews are to love the convert. Not just accept us and be good for us. I have never considered being Black or a woman a curse, and neither do I see my chosen religion in this way.

People who become friends or who treat me kindly, are the best of the Jews. Those who live close to their soul.

Those who live according to the Torah. I believe that God stresses this so much because He uses us to judge His people, among other measurements.

In my experience, those who behave in hateful ways, often are far from Judaism, or keep the Torah out of fear while they seem to hate God.

My skin colour and hair I inherited from people I am proud of. People who didn't teach me victimhood, and didn't limit me more than our society enforced.

In fact I received both freedom and trust from my parents, together with responsibility. In many ways people with my cultural background behave like Yiddishe mammes of Black, Indian, European, Chinese, American Indian or mixed descent.

Divisive groups may gather members, they will not solve the problems. We can only do that together. Recognizing God's reflection in every human being.

Regarding your feeling that you are one of a kind among the rest, it is based on truth. But it applies to each of us.

We are all unique, even if we think we are all the same. Those who try to force everyone to be the same, are likely to become oppressors very soon.

Because God created us different, so we would be able to give to each other. To complete and perfect our world. Wishing you lots of love and blessing, and a very blessed New Year.

This is such an important article. I appreciate learning from Ms Roberts. I appreciate that she is helping us all grow in understanding and awareness.

I am certainly going to read her other articles! Joseph had a coat of many colors. My point? The G-d whom we serve embraces variety. I too have chosen this path as as a Black, female, human being because I believe the same Creator who made me Black, also drew me with cords of His Love into this direction.

You have a unique opportunity. The life of living by the Torah offers a vast, beautiful, varied, and bountiful table feast.

Chose your seat and sit down. Stay Strong. If I submitted an article about being a white Jewish man that descended from dirt poor serfs, would that article get published?

Please, refrain from this political nonsense of labeling based on color. Being Jewish is beautiful all on its own.

Anonymous , August 25, AM. How is knowing how someone feels political? I have lost count the amount of times that I have been present around tone deaf people and the way that they speak about people of color within our community.

I can however unfortunately count the amount of Jewish illustrated books that we have that feature people of color. There is a definite problem within our community of prejudice based on pure ignorance and lack of exposure.

If we are truly am echad belev echad, let's listen to each other. Nina Kotek , August 25, AM. Kudos to Aish for addressing the subject, as usual, with a positive article from which we can learn.

You're right, everywhere else these type of articles usually make people feel bad and guilty, but this woman made good choices and is just telling us her life, perhaps with a bit of rebuke.

And there are plenty of articles here about poor "white" Jewish men and women overcoming terrible obstacles to succeed. I put white in quotes because maybe you meant Ashkenazi, and usually people who call Jews white nowadays are not their friends and want to push them to the "bad" side.

I am in school to be an anesthesiologist, I love to help people, after I graduate I am going to use my degree to work for Doctors Without Borders, I am a caregiver currently and also working on becoming a certified EMT while finishing Med school.

I'm a Torah observer, daughter of Zion, singer, writer, spiritual life coach, and teacher, among other things. I'm a big beautiful amazon woman who stands 6 feet tall.

I am a fun loving, adventurous, playful, positive person that still believes in happily ever after and has a y. Philosophy on life.

I have a great life and all that is missing is someone special to share it with Hey, I'm Leandrea originally from brooklyn NY.

I've been living in long Island for the past 12yrs. I am looking for someone serious about there faith as Am I. I am not completely ready to dive in but i do want to be in a committed relationship.

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