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LGBTQ Resources for Holocaust Remembrance Day

Resources for incorporating an LGBTQ focus into your Yom HaShoah observance.

The Value of an Inclusive Passover

When we are inclusive, everyone benefits, and our seder tables are better off.

Kids Like Us: A Club for Gender Non-Conforming 8-10 Year Olds

Sarah and Naomi* are two 9-year-olds who created a club for gender-creative kids their age. We interviewed them and their moms, Hannah and Karen, about this exciting new club.

“With More Visibility Comes More Understanding”

Why does transgender visibility matter?

An Interview with Dr. Susie Tanchel: The First Out Head of a Jewish Day School

Tanchel was, until recently, the only out head of a Jewish day school in the country.

Celebrating 40 Years in Print

An Interview with Lilith Editor-in-Chief Susan Weidman Schneider

A Letter to my Younger Self Series: Dubbs

This post is part three of a longer series of posts in which members of the Keshet community write letters to their younger selves. Today’s letter is written by Keshet’s Education and Youth Program Associate, Dubbs Weinblatt. 

The Power of Dialogue: An Interview with Activist Sarah Weil

Through mourning the loss of 16-year old Shira Banki z”l, fatally attacked at the 2015 Jerusalem Pride March, the city’s LGBTQ community emerged as a thread to bring together a city divided at the seams. LGBTQ leaders took to Zion Square, the central plaza in the heart of Jerusalem, to hold open forums for unprecedented public discussion in a project called the Meeting Place.

Why I Support Trans Students

Keshet Board Vice Chair Carson Gleberman reflects on her experience at an LGBTQ & Ally Teen Shabbaton.

The Jewish Community’s Obligation to Trans Youth

The urgency of taking action today to support trans students.