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LA’s LGBT Synagogue Celebrates

Author: A Wider Bridge Staff Published: March 24, 2017

Los Angeles’ LGBT synagogue Beth Chayim Chadashim marks 45 years of existence this weekend with a special… Read more

Germany to quash 50,000 gay convictions

Author: BBC Staff Published: March 22, 2017

Germany’s cabinet has backed a bill to clear men handed sentences for homosexuality after World War Two… Read more

Why Homophobic Vandals Were Invited to A Gay Play

Author: Stefanie Gerdes Published: March 20, 2017

Queer Jewish actor Tom Ross-Williams invited homophobic vandals to come see his play: “I think one of… Read more

What’s Past Is Unfortunately Prologue

Author: Charles Alexander Published: March 16, 2017

Veteran activist Charles Alexander remembers gay Jewish Holocaust survivor Gad Beck and compares today’s spread of hate… Read more

When Life Really Was a Cabaret

Author: Marjorie Ingall Published:

Marjorie Ingall went to see Jeremy Lawrence’s Lavender Songs: A Queer Weimar Berlin Cabaret in New York… Read more

Transgender and Jewish in Philly

Author: Samantha Melamed, Published: March 14, 2017

And over the last year, more synagogues have been asking for trans sensitivity trainings for staff and… Read more

Spirit of Inclusion for Transgender Students Prevails

Author: Claudia Boyd-Barrett Published: March 8, 2017

Amid the national debate over transgender rights and the use of school bathrooms, a number of local… Read more

How to make a Jewish activist

Author: Joanne Palmer Published: March 9, 2017

Steven Goldstein of Teaneck, new head of the Anne Frank Center, talks about his life. Not that… Read more

US Muslims and Jews Take a Stand for Trans Rights

Author: teleSUR / uj-mk Published: March 6, 2017

The show of support from religious leaders comes as the Supreme Court scrapped plans to hear a… Read more

Homophobic Graffiti at London’s JW3

Author: Daniel Sugarman Published: March 7, 2017

Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis described the anti-LGBT vandalism at the Jewish Community Centre London (JW3) as “divisive and… Read more