VIEWS ON THE U.S.

The Sacred Goal of Interfaith Family Inclusion

Author: Rabbi Ari Moffic Published: March 14, 2017

Chicago’s Rabbi Ari Moffic was introduced to a children’s book called Zero,  which reminded her of a… Read more

Want to Unite America?

Author: Evan Wolfson Published: March 8, 2017

For four decades, gay rights activists and couples who appealed to the courts for the right to… Read more

The Jewish Community’s Obligation to Trans Youth

Author: Joy Ladin Published: March 1, 2017

On March 1st, Keshet launched Kavod Achshav | For the Sake of Dignity: A Campaign for Trans… Read more

Protect Transgender Children

Author: Robbie Medwed Published: February 23, 2017

Atlanta-based educator, activist and writer Robbie Medwed reminds us that according to Judaism, when someone’s life is… Read more

Anti-Semitism Is the New Social Justice

Author: Nadiya Al-Noor Published: February 22, 2017

Young Muslim interfaith queer activist Nadiya Al-Noor calls on Jewish students to be proactive in campuses and… Read more

A Joy-filled Farewell for Ellen Frank

Author: Tom Sandborn Published: February 18, 2017

Ellen Frank, self-described ‘Jewish lesbian feminist mother, grandmother and activist,’ passed away in Vancouver Jan. 30. On… Read more

“My Palestinian pride is not measured by your hatred of Israel”

Author: Walid Issa Published: February 14, 2017

Walid Issa, a senior associate at Solomon Strategies Group and a board member of several nonprofit organizations… Read more

“AIDS Is A Gay Disease”

Author: David Benkof Published: February 14, 2017

Gay philanthropist, historian and writer David Benkof explains why he thinks that AIDS is a gay disease,… Read more

When The Times (Finally) Recognized Gay Unions

Author: David W. Dunlap Published: February 9, 2017

In 2002, Steven Goldstein and Daniel Andrew Gross’  partnership was the first same-sex union to be announced… Read more

Dear President Trump

Author: Gil Steinlauf Published: January 20, 2017

Openly gay Rabbi Gil Steinlauf, Senior Rabbi at Adas Israel Congregation, Washington, D.C., wrote an open letter… Read more