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Keshet’s LGBTQ Jewish Heroes poster series was created to celebrate LGBTQ Jews who have transformed the world through their words and lives. We are proud that hundreds of synagogues, Jewish day schools, JCCs, and other Jewish institutions across the United States display our posters on their walls to demonstrate their commitment to LGBTQ equality and visibility.

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LGBTQ Jewish Heroes Lesson Plans

Jewish LGBTQ Hero Poster Series Curriculum — Dr. Koach Baruch Frazier
Jewish LGBTQ Hero Poster Series Curriculum — Dr. Koach Baruch Frazier

Students will learn about contemporary LGBTQ Jewish hero Koach Frazier and engage with the “spiritual technology” of our ancestors and make it their own.

Jewish LGBTQ Hero Poster Series Curriculum — Kate Bornstein
Jewish LGBTQ Hero Poster Series Curriculum — Kate Bornstein

This lesson is about recognizing Kate Bornstein, as well as interacting with her writing on gender and other social identities.

Jewish LGBTQ Hero Poster Series Curriculum — Lesléa Newman
Jewish LGBTQ Hero Poster Series Curriculum — Lesléa Newman

This lesson is about reflecting on the messages sent to us through media and considering the power of representation.

Jewish LGBTQ Hero Poster Series Curriculum — Michael Twitty
Jewish LGBTQ Hero Poster Series Curriculum — Michael Twitty

Students will learn about contemporary LGBTQ Jewish hero Michael Twitty and explore their own relationship to history via food.

Jewish LGBTQ Hero Poster Series Curriculum — Harvey Milk
Jewish LGBTQ Hero Poster Series Curriculum — Harvey Milk

Students will learn about LGBTQ Jewish hero Harvey Milk, define activism, and feel empowered to be advocates and create change in society.

Jewish LGBTQ Hero Poster Series Curriculum — Sandra Lawson
Jewish LGBTQ Hero Poster Series Curriculum — Sandra Lawson

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.

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