I was an active Jewish teen leader. But when I got to campus, I suddenly felt those experiences slowing down the process of my own Jewish journey.
If we don’t give these young men and women a right to be part of our Jewish community, we risk losing them forever.
As someone who is actively working to connect my Jewish and gay identities, I know Hillel to be the most welcoming, inclusive place I’ve ever worked.
LGBTQ rabbis, rabbinical students and allies call on Hillel International not to let a dispute over Israel politics keep LGBTQ Jews out of Hillel.5
The pluralism embedded in the DNA of Hillel campus centers is unusual in the Jewish community and exceptional in the healthiest way.
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