Keshet works for a world in which all Jewish organizations and communities are strengthened by LGBT inclusive policy, programming, culture, and leadership and where Jews of all sexual orientations and gender identities can live fully integrated Jewish lives.
We work to create a community that does more than tolerate or accept LGBT Jews. We envision a future where the ethos of justice, caring, and inclusion that encapsulates the best of Jewish tradition is seen and felt by all Jewish youth and adults – gay, lesbian, bisexual, straight, and/or transgender. This is what we are doing to bring us to this day.
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The Pride Interfaith Coalition (PIC) has, for nearly four decades, planned and hosted an interfaith service on the morning of Boston Pride (www.prideinterfaith.org
We’re proud (no pun intended) of the growing diversity of our…
An introduction to asexuality for clergy and clergy students, from all faith traditions.…
It is often said that when children come out of the closet, their parents go in. A person coming out can be exciting, scary, challenging, joyful, confusing, and isolating for their parents and family members. If any of this is – or was –…
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Lesbian writer Donna Minkowitz grew up feeling like she wasn’t real. In her magical realist memoir Growing up Golem, she writes as though she were a golem invented by her mother – a clay creature from Jewish legend, created to
From social events to education to activism, we have something for everyone! Tell us what you are interested in and we’ll take it from there.
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Keshet’s Executive Director, Idit Klein, is quoted in this article about how far the Conservative Movement has come in LGBT inclusion.…