As LGBTQ Jewish people, we have often been put in situations where we need to create our own ways of persevering through tough moments. Surviving and thriving in this world has pushed us to create our own store of unique wisdom about resilience, joy, and community.
Join us for a weekly series of thoughtful conversations with LGBTQ Jews about what sustains us and keeps us hopeful.
These pre-recorded conversations will be available on Keshet’s YouTube channel.
Noam Sienna is a Jewish educator, artist, and doctoral candidate in History at the University of Minnesota.
He has published on Jewish cultural heritage in scholarly and popular journals, and has taught in academic and community venues around the world. He is the editor of A Rainbow Thread: An Anthology of Queer Jewish Texts from the First Century to 1969, published by Print-O-Craft in 2019.