What's Jewish about Pride? How can you support LGBTQ Jewish people around you? Want to take action for LGBTQ rights? Start here!
Finding Keshet for the first time? Just came out? Finally bringing together your Jewish and LGBTQ+ selves? We are so glad you are here.
This guide gives quick tips and information on creating a fully inclusive community where everyone can feel seen, heard and whole.
Visionary poet and trans theologian Joy Ladin and Keshet CEO Idit Klein are holding an online gathering in honor of Pride month, Thursday June 23 at 7pm Eastern.
Find events, promote your community's Pride events, and download multifaith resources! Keshet is helping lead this month-long, US-wide effort to mobilize religious and faith communities for LGBTQ+ rights.
Looking for community online and in-person in the near future? Check out all the great events that Keshet has coming up!
Keshet has created a collection of fun LGBTQ Jewish Pride signs! Download and print your favorites!
Displaying these LGBTQ Jewish Safe Zone and Pride stickers is an easy way to indicate your organization or classroom is a safe space for LGBTQ+ people.
Tell your representatives that as a Jew, you expect them to protect the LGBTQ+ community.
Suggestions, themes, and resources for clergy planning to give a sermon about or related to Pride Month.
Queer Torah Study for Pride Month 2022
Learn about the history of the Pride Flag with Keshet's Bay Area Education and Training Manager Randi Reed!
Students will learn about contemporary LGBTQ Jewish hero Koach Frazier and engage with the “spiritual technology” of our ancestors and make it their own.
Students will learn about LGBTQ Jewish hero Harvey Milk, define activism, and feel empowered to be advocates and create change in society.
This lesson is about recognizing Kate Bornstein, as well as interacting with her writing on gender and other social identities.
This lesson is about reflecting on the messages sent to us through media and considering the power of representation.
Students will learn about contemporary LGBTQ Jewish hero Michael Twitty and explore their own relationship to history via food.
Students will learn about contemporary LGBTQ Jewish hero R. Sandra Lawson, empathize with the experience of feeling like an outsider, and start to dream about their own innovative Jewish practices.