Pride Month: Embracing Our Jewish LGBTQ+ Community

Join AJU virtually for Pride Month! Hear from Asher Gellis, CEO of JQ International, about how to be an inclusive supporter to the Jewish LGBTQ+ community.

In celebration of Pride Month, join the Founder and CEO of JQ International Asher Gellis in conversation with American Jewish University’s Alyssa Silva to highlight and honor the Jewish LGBTQ+ community. The discussion will delve into the experiences and challenges faced by LGBTQ+ Jews, while understanding the steps and actions necessary to be inclusive and embracing as allies and fellow community members.

Asher Gellis will share his personal journey and insights on building a supportive community for LGBTQ+ Jews through JQ International. This event is an opportunity to foster inclusivity and understanding, while celebrating the diversity and resilience of the Jewish LGBTQ+ community. Join the effort to address change and be aware of what LGBTQ youth and adults are experiencing in this moment in time. 

WHEN                   Wednesday, June 7 at 1:00 p.m. MDT 

WHERE                 Hosted on American Jewish University’s digital platform, Maven. View event details here.

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