Moving Traditions and JQ International’s Teen JQSA are excited to partner and bring you Tzelem for LGBTQ+ Jewish teens.
Moving Traditions is a national organization that emboldens teens to flourish by fostering self-discovery, challenging sexism, and inspiring a commitment to Jewish life and learning. This group of 8th – 12th grade teens will gather each month to learn, grow, and bond together throughout the school year.
Tzelem program offers a safe, supportive space to make new friends and explore issues like:
- Life transitions
- Healthy Relationships
- Challenging sexism
- Body Positivity
- Mental Health
- Jewish Identity
- And much more!
For those who are familiar with Rosh Hodesh and Shevet, the Tzelem group will incorporate the best of those programs, infusing special content created specifically for LGBTQ+ Jewish teens.
Meetings will take place on Sundays from 1:00-3:00 p.m ONLINE via Zoom until further notice, then they will meet at JQ’s headquarters in West Hollywood. (801 Larrabee St. West Hollywood, CA 90069)
Official dates and/or times will be announced soon, and are subjected to change.
Group Leader: Marlee Goldshine
Marlee Goldshine (She/Her/Hers) is a Jewish professional and graduate student at the HUC-JIR Zelikow School for Jewish Nonprofit Management. Her background is in programming, relationship building, and direct community service. Marlee enjoys walking her dog, starting a new craft project, and hosting Shabbat dinner. As a member of Jewish and queer communities, she’s excited to be part of the JQ International team.Register today!
For additional information about this program, please contact:
Marlee Goldshine, firstname.lastname@example.org, 323.417.2627 x701
*All meetings take place online until it is safe to meet in person according to
Los Angeles Health Department.*
$100 Fee covers activities throughout the year.
Scholarships are available — no one will be turned away.