Additional Resources on Gender & Sexuality

How do Jewish communities continue to become spaces for gender liberation?

Joined by: Rabbi Tamara Cohen and Essie Shachar-Hill, #MeToo, Gender Socialization and the Movement We Are Constructing, Rabbi Mira Wasserman of The Center for Jewish Ethics

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