- The Washington Times - Tuesday, December 26, 2000


• "Cupid's Wild Arrows: Intercultural Romance and its Consequences," edited by Dianne Dicks, Bergli Books, 1993. A collection of personal stories about intercultural marriages by those who have experienced them.

• "Diverse Identities: Classic Multicultural Essays," edited by James D. Lester, NTC Publishing Corp., 1996.

• "Life With Two Languages," by Francois Grosjean, Harvard University Press, 1982.

• "Mixed Matches: How to Create Successful Interracial, Interethnic and Interfaith Relationships," by Joel Crohn, Fawcett Books, 1995.


• Interfaith Family Project of Greater Washington, Box 5413, Takoma Park, Md. 20913. Phone: 301/270-0514. Web site: https://iffp.tripod.com/. The group was founded in 1994 by four local families and is staffed by volunteers. It has grown to about 70 families and 100 children. The group celebrates both Jewish and Christian holidays and teaches the Old and New testaments. Children start learning Hebrew in first grade. Sunday School classes are held in a public school. (Call for times, dates and directions.) Adult classes also are held, and a variety of social programs are available for teens.

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