Made in God’s Image: Gender Diversity and Our Communal Role

Jewish Tradition teaches that all humans are created b’tzelem Elohim, “in God’s image” and we are obligated to respect human dignity, kavod habriyot. Members of the transgender and gender non-conforming communities have an important perspective that adds richness to our communal tapestry; at the same time, these communities face particular ongoing legal and cultural bigotry and discrimination.

May 23, 2019

By Keshet and the Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism

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Image is the first page of the Gender Diversity and the Communal Role handout. It has a combination of text and graphics on it. The upper right has a purple cartoon unicorn standing on its hind legs.

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