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Our Canadian Cousin’s Role in the Supreme Court’s Decision on Equal Status for Same-Sex Couples
In a landmark decision, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled on June 26, 2013 that the legal marriages of same-sex couples must be given equal status under federal law.
Reform Jewish Voice of NY Condemns State's Failure to Grant Marriage Equality
"This backward step is a deeply disappointing delay on the road to equality, and a vote that is on the wrong side of history."
Senate Committee Passes DOMA Repeal
The Defense of Marriage Act bars federal recognition of same-sex marriage,
Discrimination Begets Poverty
According to the National Coalition for the Homeless, 20% of homeless youth are LGBT (even though only 10% of the e
To Life: An Israeli Wedding Story
Shira and Ron, two young industrial engineers, approached me this past March, when Israel took its first steps out of the pandemic.
Book Discussion: Sacred Trash: The Lost and Found World of The Cairo Geniza
Prior to reading Sacred Trash: The Lost and Found World of The Cairo Geniza, by Adina Hoffman and Peter Coles, if asked to define a geniza, my response would have been: "a place to bury sacred text that contained the name of God".