What we need to fight LGBTI discrimination
Killed by Isolation: Amichai’s speech at Orlando Vigil
‘What is the one thing people of faith could do to help address LGBTI+ discrimination?’ Rabbi Amichai Lau-Lavie was recently invited to attend an international leadership conference at Wilton Park in the United Kingdom on ‘Opportunities and challenges: The intersection of faith and human rights of LGBTI+ persons.’ This short video, including Amichai, was created […]
How to enter the Holy of Holies in your own backyard: Into Succot, with my YK sermon, in joy.
Al Eleh Ani Bochiyah | For These Souls We Weep | על אלה אני בוכיה Those who sew in tears, will reap in joy. May all memories be a blessing. Lab/Shul joined Congregation Bnai Jeshurun (BJ), Saint Paul and Saint Andrew (SPSA), and Romemu for an interfaith vigil honoring the memory of the […]
Hadassah Gross Presents: Esther Scroll 2014!
http://vimeo.com/108114339 Into the Succah we go. This past Yom Kippur I spoke about the notion of the Holy of Holies being a state of mind and heart we can access at any time to remember that we are holy and every single living thing is as holy. The succah is a sort of holy of […]
Are We One? Short Video Interview with Amichai on Israeli-American Jewish Relations. (Yes, We Are, Sort Of)
Rebbetzin Haddassah Gross, still deep inside the Dead Sea, where she descended just last Purim on a dangerous mission to rescue the Divine Presence, somehow also managed to produce a timely twist on the classic Esther Scroll! Inspired by Disney’s latest Oscar winning song AND the world’s best seller, fueled with faerie dust, celebrating the courage of queens and the […]
Check out Hiddush – for Religious Freedom & Equality‘s video interview with Israeli-American educator Amichai Lau-Lavie. “Lau-Lavie speaks about the differences and similarities between American and Israeli Judaism, the need for mutual understanding and respect in a perfect Jewish democracy and the challenges that the Jewish people face in bringing pluralistic Judaism, freedom of religion, and equality […]