Tag Archives: social justice

A sermon to be heard in all the land

On Friday night I was asked to speak about the freedom to marry at Congregation Kol Ami. My sermon can be found here. I hope others will speak on similar themes in the coming weeks as our nation prepares for … Continue reading

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Creating Change

  Read about my time at Creating Change here

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Remembering far too many to name…

From California Faith for Equality‘s blog and written by yours truly: Today, Tuesday, November 20th is Transgender Day of Remembrance. California Faith for Equality remembers and honors the countless people who are transgender who have died. Prayer for Transgender Day … Continue reading

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What a night!

This post was written by yours truly on the California Faith for Equality blog… Congratulations, Mr. President on your re-election. Congratulations newly elected and first openly lesbian senator from Wisconsin, Tammy Baldwin. You did it Maine. In approximately two months … Continue reading

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Do you know someone in Minnesota?

Do you know someone who lives in Minnesota? More specifically, do you know someone who votes in Minnesota? PLEASE CONTACT THEM AND URGE THEM TO VOTE NO ON THE MARRIAGE AMENDMENT! You can find more specific talking points here. In fact … Continue reading

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The bells of justice ring in Israel!

Tuesday I woke up to news that my colleague Rabbi Miri Gold and the Israel Religious Action Center won the court case that would require the State of Israel to pay Rabbi Gold’s salary. This is news because it is the … Continue reading

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