Day of Silence: Why You Won’t be Hearing From Keshet Today

One day each year, students across the country pledge to take some form of silence in order to call attention to the silencing effect of anti-LGBT bullying and harassment.


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Day of Silence: Resources for the Jewish Community

One day each year, students across the country pledge to take some form of silence. In the hallways, in the cafeteria, they ...

We Can’t Go Back Now – LGBTQ Pride and the Challenges of 2017

Keshet's James Cohen shared this d'var at Temple Beth Zion's annual Pride Shabbat service in Brookline, MA.

Why Gay-Straight-Alliances Are Needed in Schools

Each April schools across the country observe a Day of Silence, a day dedicated to ending anti-LGBTQ bullying and harassment. While we will be ...