This month our good friends at InterfaithFamily launched their #ChooseLove campaign. Putting a campaign in motion — especially one based around the power of love — during Pride Month is something we can get behind!

#ChooseLove is centered on the idea that you don’t have to choose between love and anything else.

#ChooseLove is about inclusion, about choosing to love even when it might be challenging and especially about choosing love when friends and family need it most.

We see the idea of #ChooseLove on a regular basis:

This Saturday members of the InterfaithFamily community will be joining Keshet and others in the Jewish Boston community to march in the Boston Pride Parade. We are thrilled to be marching together, and to be bringing this message of inclusion through the streets of Boston.

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