6 pm PT / 9 pm ET
Price: Pay what you can, suggested donation of $18
RSVP: The Hive at Leichtag Commons
Every time that we teach, study, or read about history we are selecting whose stories get told, which stories are important, and whose lived experiences are reflected in the story of “us.” There are many moments in LGBTQ and Jewish history that are not commonly taught in mainstream history classes, and that reveal the ways in which LGBTQ Jews have always been a part of the Jewish story. RebBEE in Residence Micah Buck-Yael will lead us through an interactive game, where we will learn about a small sampling of these moments, and think about what it means to expand the notion of whose stories get told.