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  • Students Lead in Creating a Welcoming World

    by Justin Katz | Jan 31, 2018 Comments
    Students stand in front of a pride flag holding a cake with a pride flag on it and rainbow challahs.
    Across the country, Hillels have long been opening their doors to the LGBTQ community, whether by marching, hosting noted speakers, focusing Passover Seders on modern themes of oppression and liberation, or holding Shabbat services uniquely celebrating gender and sexual identity. By and large, the force driving this commitment to inclusivity are the students themselves.

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    • University of Arizona
    • Arizona Hillel
    • Queering the Text
    • San Francisco State University
    • University of Massachusetts Amherst
    • Amherst College
    • Duquesne
    • Carnegie Mellon
    • Pittsburgh
    • JUC Hillel
    • Hillel at Kent State
    • USF Hillel
    • LGBTQ
    • LGBT
  • Keshet and Hillel Partner Up

    by Catherine Bell and Arya Marvazy | Jan 22, 2014 Comments
    It’s clear we’ve moved into a new era of technology that has transformed academic, social, and Jewish life on campus. There are abundant signs of a new era for LGBTQ inclusion as well, and we are eager to take part in continuing to make that change enduring and real for all Jewish life on campus.

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    • Hamsa
    • Keshet
    • LGBT
    • Ahava
    • inclusion

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