American Judaism: A History

This magisterial work chronicles the 350-year history of the Jewish religion in America. Tracing American Judaism from its origins in the colonial era through the present day, Jonathan Sarna explores the ways in which Judaism adapted in this new context.


The Sephardic experience is more than recounting history; it is an essential segment of Jewish and world history. Many in Jewish and global communities do not understand the far-reaching significance of these events. We invite you to learn more…

Children of the inquisition

Jewish National Fund and JHA present a June 28, 2020 Zoom lecture “Rediscovering the Latino Connection to Israel” led by Michael Steinberger Founder and CEO of JHA and featured guest speakers Genie Milgrom and Ashley Perry (Perez).

The Hidden Jews of the Southwest (Trailer)

A Long Journey: The Hidden Jews of the Southwest brings to life stories of individuals whose secret was their hidden Jewish roots while living an outwardly Catholic life. It’s a cinematic journey about reaffirmation and self-awareness.

The Golden Age of Sefarad and the Abraham Accords

By connecting the past to the present and promoting interfaith coexistence and tolerance, JHA hopes to inspire hope for the future. JHA seeks to showcase the lasting benefits when religions build bridges rather than divisiveness.


Emily Frances, Host “Holy Land Uncovered” interviews Jewish Heritage Alliance founder Michael Steinberger and talks about the enormous initiative to bring the story of Sefarad to the world at large.