Neil Goldstein Glick’s Blog

Neil Goldstein Glick is a former six-term elected official in the District of Columbia Government. He was decorated by the Government of Bulgaria with the Golden Laurel Branch for his creation of Dimitar Peshev Plaza in Washington DC. In the mid-1990’s he lived in Moscow, Russia and was active in the burgeoning Moscow Jewish Community. He is a proud brother of AEPi at USC. Neil and his partner reside in Washington DC. Neil encourages everyone to do more mitzvot and tikkun olam to improve our world. Every mitzvah makes a difference.

In the Hanukkah spirit, Neil Goldstein Glick gives us a peek into the the lives of members… Read more
Because we are all created in HaShem’s image, and created at the birth of the stars, the… Read more

Writing Advice from Edward Albee

Author: Neil Goldstein Glick Published: September 20, 2016

Following the news of Edward Albee’s death, Neil Goldstein Glick recalls the legendary gay playwright arrival to… Read more

How Good [Ma Tov]

Author: Neil Goldstein Glick Published: June 22, 2016

How good is our tent when everyone comes and sits together; Neil Goldstein Glick writes about the… Read more

Maimonides and the Mezuzah

Author: Neil Goldstein Glick Published: March 3, 2016

There’s no such thing as coincidence: Two years after blogger Neil Goldstein Glick was accidentally given an… Read more

One More Panel for the Quilt

Author: Neil Goldstein Glick Published: December 1, 2015

After losing many friends in the early years of the AIDS epidemic, Neil Goldstein Glick thought the… Read more

Train My Hands for Battle

Author: Neil Goldstein Glick Published: October 12, 2015

Neil Goldstein Glick thinks that every LGBT person should take lessons in Krav Maga. It’s a Zionist… Read more
At Bet Mishpocha in Washington DC, and all LGBT friendly synagogues, everyone is as an integral part… Read more

Our Majestic 4000 Year Journey

Author: Neil Goldstein Glick Published: April 23, 2015

In a special Israel’s Independence Day post, Neil Goldstein Glick remembers the richest 3500 to 4000-year journey… Read more

Are We Still Slaves?

Author: Neil Goldstein Glick Published: April 3, 2015

“Slavery takes many forms,” says Neil Goldstein-Glick in a special Passover column for A Wider Bridge. Chemical… Read more