J-Pride — the Twin Cities’ Jewish GLBTQ (Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer) organization — will host the “J-Pride Potluck” Sunday, Aug. 12 to help defea
Jewish Community Action’s Haggadah Insert for your Passover Seder, including a creative reinterpretation of the “Four Children” and a “Fifth Cup” calling us to action on the Minnesota Marriage Amendment.
We set out to find positive lessons he could learn from being targeted by this hateful anti-marriage amendment. Then what could be a lesson in the scary parts of life could become a positive lesson in the power to make the world a better place.
This November Minnesotans will be voting on the “MN Marriage Amendment. This is an issue of blatant discrimination; voting “No” is the Jewish thing to do.
A blogger turns outrage at the proposed Minnesota marriage amendment into a civil and informative daily read designed to persuade voters why the amendment is bad for Minnesota.
Bet Shalom’s opposition to laws like the anti-family Minnesota Marriage Amendment, which would constitutionally ban same-sex marriages, is well-grounded within both the Reform Movement, Jewish American popular opinion, and our strong American tradition of the separation of church and state.