Kehila Magazine

KEHILA is an online quarterly magazine that serves as a voice for the Jews of Color community while educating and informing the Jewish and non-Jewish community as a whole.

Kehila gives a voice to the Jew of Color community to educate and open the doors of knowledge and understanding between Jews of Color and white Jews, and between Jews and non-Jews.

“Kehila” in Hebrew means community, and this magazine is specifically for Jews of Color. We are a minority within a minority whose community is growing and requires more outlets in the Jewish and non-Jewish world to express, share, educate, discuss, debate, and voice the many opinions, topics, and issues that are important to us. I hope that this magazine will be such an outlet. While this magazine is geared toward a target audience-Jews of color-everyone is welcome to participate in the growth of this magazine! Kehila is in its infant stage and will continue to grow with the support of the JOC community and the Jewish and non-Jewish communities.
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This is my new store on ( Here you can find many products available for purchase.

The items are divided in the following categories:


I love comics and this category is filled with digital graphic artwork phrases inspired by my love of comics.

Jews of Color

I am a Jew of Color and there are many JOC’s in the world. I’m spreading the word with these JOC inspired t-shirts.

Kehila Magazine

I’m also trying to spread the word about my online magazine for Jews of Color. So here you’ll find products that have my magazine’s name and logo on them.

Tali’s Poetry:

All the products here have my poetry that I’ve written through the years on them.

Tali’s Misc:

All things miscellaneous! From fashion, food, to music you’ll find it here.

Last call! Send us your Purim 2011 and Passover pictures of years past to us by March 31st! They’ll be featured in next month’s issue and 3 Passover pics will grace our cover!

If you haven’t done so please send your mother’s day wishes to

150 words max

a picture of your mom if you like

Three Jewish youths wearing yarmulkes, ages 18-20, were targeted in Villeurbanne France in an anti-Semitic attack. According to local police, a gang of ten attacked the youths with hammers and pipes on shabbos afternoon in the areas of the Beis Menachem School.

The victims required medical…