Jewish Lesbian author Leah Lax will make an appearance at the Library of Congress (101 Independence Ave., S.E.) in LM 654A on the sixth floor on Tuesday, May 3 at noon.
Lax will be speaking about her book “Uncovered: How I Left Hasidic Life and Finally Came Home.” Lax is the first gay woman to publish an ex-Hasidic memoir of its kind. The memoir has landed on Best Book lists for New York Public Library, Booklist, Redbook and more. Admission is free.
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