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Reflections from a Former Matchmaker July 30, 2015 Tu B’Av was once a day when unwed women of Jerusalem dressed in white and congregated in local vineyards to dance in the name of finding love (also, something about a grape harvest). Since then, the day has developed into what we know in 2015…
Tu B’Av and (Self) Love July 27, 2015 Tu B’Av may be considered a minor Jewish holiday, but it feels especially appropriate to recognize in light of the recent SCOTUS decision for marriage equality. Tu B’Av commemorates the day peace was restored in Israel when the young women…
Workplace Discrimination is Barred: The Work for LGBTQ Equality Continues July 17, 2015 This week the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission declared that workplace discrimination against LGBTQ employees is barred, citing Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. This decision applies to employment only, and does not…

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Jewish Community Pledge

In response to the devastating spate of LGBT teen suicides, Keshet launched “Do Not Stand Idly By: A Jewish Community Pledge to Save Lives.”

Over 11,000 individual Jews and more than 1,000 Jewish organizations signed the pledge.


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August 1, 2015 Havdallah and Cocktails at the Rebbetzin’s House!

August 7, 2015 Gallery Talk: Eddie Muller on LA Noir

August 13, 2015 UnderCover Presents: Amy Winehouse—The Singles

August 14, 2015 Keshet Shabbat

August 14, 2015 Gallery Talk: Greil Marcus and the Interpretive Genius of Amy Winehouse

August 20, 2015 Born to Read: Celebrating the Lyrics of Springsteen

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