Sarah Greenberg

Sarah Greenberg (she/her) is the former assistant legislative director at the Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism, where she was also an Eisendrath Legislative Assistant in 2013-2014. Sarah graduated in 2013 from Cornell University and is originally from New York City.

Labor Day: A Shabbat for Us All

Sarah Greenberg
The first Monday of September, Labor Day, is a type of “national Shabbat.” As a nation, we put down our tools, take our hands off our keyboards, and celebrate the work and achievement of American workers throughout history.

In Solidarity: Continuing the Journey for LGBT Equality

Sarah Greenberg
June 23, 2016

In just a few days, we’ll celebrate a major milestone in the movement for LGBT equality: the one-year anniversary of the Supreme Court’s landmark decision in Obergefell v. Hodges, declaring marriage equality the law of the land. June 26, the day the decision came down in 2015, also marks the anniversary of the day that two other important LGBT equality decisions were announced: United States v. Windsor in 2013 and Lawrence v. Texas in 2003. For all intents and purposes, June 26, and the entire month of June, designated as Pride Month, give us so much to celebrate in this journey to full inclusion and equality for the LGBT community.