Supporting Transgender and Non-Binary Individuals

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Add Yourself to the Acronym: Understanding (Trans)Gender in Jewish Life Pride Month 5775 Temple Shir Tikva, Wayland, MA Rabbi Jen Gubitz There seems to be little debate that the image…

  Click here to download  an all-gender restroom sign. Click here to download a sign explaining the purpose of all-gender restrooms.

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact Info: Mara Levy Marketing & Communications Specialist mlevy@jbha.org (610) 922-2324  Students dedicate gender neutral bathroom at Philadelphia Jewish school Bryn Mawr, PA, (March 25, 2015) –…

    MEDIA CONTACT: Pedro Julio Serrano, Communications Coordinator (Office) 646.358.1479 (Cell) 787.602.5954 pjserrano@theTaskForce.org   Days of Awe: Turning to do good  By Dr. Joel L. Kushner   Jews around…

Gender Fluidity in the Jewish Tradition Source Sheet by Joseph Meszler, with great thanks to Abby Stein Jewish tradition understands the original creation of Adam to be both male and…

“Androgynos is in some manners equivalent to men and in some manners equivalent to women; in some manners equivalent to both men and women; and in some manners equivalent to…

Please note that language used to describe the LGBTQ community and our experiences has rapidly evolved as LGBTQ lives and experiences have gained more visibility. This resource may contain language/content…

Please note that language used to describe the LGBTQ community and our experiences has rapidly evolved as LGBTQ lives and experiences have gained more visibility. This resource may contain language/content…

Please note that language used to describe the LGBTQ community and our experiences has rapidly evolved as LGBTQ lives and experiences have gained more visibility. This resource may contain language/content…

Non-Trans Privilege List Based on Peggy McIntosh’s “White Privilege: Unpacking the Invisible Knapsack” Written by Jared   The following list does not encompass the vastness that is “privilege” but it…

Parshat Yitro: A Love Story By Joy Ladin for Liz The last time I was here at Isabella Freedman, I fell in love at first sight. That’s not quite right.…

Parashat Hayei Sara Genesis 23:1-25:18 November 21, 2008 (23 Cheshvan 5769) “V’Avraham zakein, ba bayamim, va-Adonai beirakh et Avraham bakol. And Abraham was old, advanced in days, and Hashem had…

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San Francisco, Nov. 13, 2009: As Rabbi Elliot Kukla and Reuben Zellman often teach(1), the broad terms of “transgender” and “trans” can include anyone who knows themselves to be a…

Asheville, North Carolina JCC Locker Room/Restroom Policy Whereas there are appropriate instances when a member or guest may require usage of a locker room and/or restroom that is not labeled…

“Transgender Remembrance Day, 100% in God’s Image” Occupy K Street Judaism – McPherson Square, November 18, 2011   WELCOME ALL!!     This service, honoring Transgender Remembrance Day, will follow the basic…

What’s in a Pronoun?: Resources and Activities on Third-Person, Gender- Neutral Pronouns Assembled by Dubbs Weinblatt, Essie Shachar-Hill, and Jacob Klein   WHAT’S A PRONOUN? Pronouns are words used to…

Written non-discrimination policies and benefits form the foundation of diversity and inclusion efforts. Do the organizations you belong to, work for and/or support have a policy in place that specifically…

Save the following JPEG images to print, or display them on your organization’s website: Easily print your own Safe Zone stickers using Avery 5395  adhesive label paper and our Word-compatible…

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