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 ONLINE via Zoom until further notice, then they will meet at JQ’s headquarters in West Hollywood. (801 Larrabee St. West Hollywood, CA 90069) The first group meeting is Wednesday, November 11, 2020 at 5:30 p.m. PST.
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.