LGBTQ+ Pride Month Collection
The Jewish Education Project
The Jewish Education Project has curated a collection of resources to discuss LGBTQ+ issues through a Jewish lens, including podcasts, book lists, engaging personal narratives, and more. We hope these resources help educators and students learn and take pride in the history, and promise of the future, of the LGBTQ+ community.
If you are interested in exploring this topic further, our staff is available to support your LGBTQ+ work. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Explore how we can celebrate our learners and families throughout the year with Keshet.
Explore how we might consider LBGTQ+ identity in Jewish education.
This comprehensive checklist is for institutions to use as a way to check how inclusive their institution is of LGBTQ people and assess their needs. The list covers issues related to institutional environment, policies, programming, and publicity.
A collection of resources to advance understanding and provide support to the LGBTQ community.
An article on acceptance of all families by PJ Library.
Dive into the richness of LGBTQIA+ history through books written by LGBTQIA+ people and allies.
A guide to gender-neutral pronouns, with an emphasis on questions about using “they” as a singular pronoun.
Pride Month in the Classroom
A conversation between Rabbi Menachem Penner and Penner's son Gedalia Robinson.
Student Charlie Kolodziej's words remind us what it means to not be afraid of showing who you are.
A "human timeline" activity lesson on LGBTQ history from the Roman Empire to the year 2016.
NYPL's blog lifts up important voices from the LGBTQ community in the Dorot Jewish Division.
This guide examines philanthropy through the lens of LGBTQ Rights and Equality.
Learn about many different types of biblical families as you think about your own
Supporting LGBTQ+ Learners and Families
A video to help people understand what Pride means to queer people and how it is a Jewish value
Jewish Queer Youth (JQY) is a nonprofit organization supporting LGBTQ youth in the Jewish community.