Submissions are now open for the second annual J-Pride Zine: Out from the Narrow Place, Into the Wilderness (Volume 2). Please share with us your art, your poetry, your […]
Rabbi Goldstein, who speaks English and Hebrew, is a sought-after guest on Israeli television and radio, addressing the concerns of the Masorti movement.
Eshel will be marching with J-Pride for the first time.
March’s J-Pride Community Summit is just the beginning for the group’s coordinator.
Get to know this awesome Jewish-LGBTQ advocate.
Looking for awareness and visibility among the religious in Israel.
Most of the time Pride lightens my heart. This year, I’m just not feeling it.
What is it about the Twin Cities that we have five LGBTQ rabbis?
How an LGBTQ mission to Israel was about far more than attending Pride in Tel Aviv.
As Lamentations cries, “I weep, I gnash my teeth, I fall to the floor in a heap of woe.” And yet, I am as full of righteous indignation as I have ever been.