GLOE - Kurlander Program for GLBT Outreach & Engagement
and the Human Rights Campaign present
National Rainbow Seder
Global GLBT Concerns
Sunday, April 10
Human Rights Campaign
1640 Rhode Island Avenue NW
5:00 pm | Drinks and hors d'oeuvres
6:00 pm | Seder
Led by Rabbi Toby Manewith
of Congregation Bet Mishpachah
$36 General Admission
$24 Discounted: Member/Student/Senior/Limited Income
Join us for this national event that is part-ritual, part-celebration, part-feast and part-conversation!
This Passover, raise your understanding of worldwide GLBT issues as you participate in the timeless ceremonial Seder tradition.
As we read about our ancient struggles for freedom, we want to keep in mind the struggles (and victories!) happening around the world today. Hear about events ranging from the first American Indian tribe sanctioning same-sex marriage to those fighting against the anti-LGBTQ attacks in Indonesia and Honduras, from groups standing against homophobic legislation in Uganda to full equal rights in South Africa.
We encourage everyone to think Jewishly and act globally, as we find out what each of us can do to bring about a more peaceful, equitable world.
Get your tickets early—this joyful event always sells out!
ASL and other interpretation gladly provided upon advance
For more information, please contact Halley Cohen at 202-777-3253 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
NOTE: The National Rainbow Seder will take place at the Human Rights Campaign, not at the Washington DCJCC.
GLOE is funded in part by a grant from The Jewish Federation of Greater Washington to support Social Action Programming.