Hazak Hazak V’nithazek: Celebrating Strength Through Inclusion at JTS

It has been almost a year since the Jewish Theological Seminary announced it will accept students that identify as gay, lesbian, bisexual, or transgender. To celebrate the year anniversary, the school is hosting a day of learning about the issues still ahead in this area.

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