As American as Apple Pie

The Myth of Jewish Immigration

We might like to think we contributed to "a nation of immigrants," but in reality the system has always been rigged.

08/29/2018 By Devin E. Naar

Becoming American

Shari Schwartz

Out of Germany, into apartheid, on to Seattle

08/28/2018 Edited by Karin Vandraiss

Becoming American

Ami Popper

From Europe through Shanghai to Seattle

08/28/2018 Edited by Karin Vandraiss

Becoming American

Balika Haakanson

From Lithuania to Alaska

08/28/2018 Edited by Karin Vandraiss

Becoming American

Victoria Navi

An Iranian refugee resettles in Seattle

08/28/2018 Edited by Karin Vandraiss

Becoming American

Hazzan Ike Azose

From Turkey through France to America

08/28/2018 Edited by Karin Vandraiss

Becoming American

Name Withheld

Hiding in plain sight

08/28/2018 Edited by Karin Vandraiss

As American as Apple Pie

Apple Pie Three (Historical) Ways

The classic American dessert has an immigration story of its own.

08/28/2018 By Naomi Tomky

Jewish Journey

A Gen-X Jew Visits the Border

Everything we learned in Hebrew school prepared us for this moment.

08/28/2018 By Rabbi Yohanna Kinberg

Jewish Journey

Leaving Egypt All Over Again

After Jewish life in Cairo fell apart, a family found its way to Seattle.

02/14/2018 By Jennifer Fisch