Join us for a Shabbat service and dinner with special guest, Rebecca Kling.
Rebecca Kling is an educator, community organizer, storyteller, and advocate for transgender rights. She pursues a multi-disciplinary approach to advocacy. She works with community organizations, civil rights groups, and elected representatives to elevate the experiences of transgender people, and to bring transgender issues into discussions of public education and policy.
During dinner, Rebecca will speak on the topic: Storytelling for Advocacy: An Instructional and Interactive Workshop on How to Use Personal Stories to Advocate for Causes You Believe In.
Non Members: $45
As Jewish communities, we honor Pride Month by declaring loudly and proudly that LGBTQ+ people are not only welcome in our shuls and organizations, but that we are active members of our communities, living deeply Jewish and LGBTQ+ lives. At a time when LGBTQ+ communities, especially trans and nonbinary youth, are under legislative attack, we will show up in solidarity to proclaim our support for LGBTQ+ safety, autonomy, and justice.
Sunday, June 25, Join Anshe Emet Synagogue, Keshet, and local Jewish organizations as we march in the Chicago Pride Parade 2023!
When? Sunday, June 25. Approx. 11am-3pm. Consult this FAQ doc for updates as we receive them from parade organizers.
Where? Gathering near Montrose and Wilson Aves, with the parade route winding south. Consult the FAQ doc for updates.
Registration: Complete this form to join our walking coalition, to receive a parade tshirt and to be kept in the loop about details.
Also! Got a fun car to add pizzazz to our parade experience? We are looking for a congregant to drive or offer their fabulous convertible for the day – a vehicle will mean that we can invite our drag queen friend to join us! Reach out to Cantor Liz if you have a vehicle to offer.
Questions? Consult the FAQ doc for further details. (Note: The FAQ doc will be updated in the coming weeks as we receive further details from the parade organizers.)