Jewish, Queer, and Disabled: Intersections in American Jewish Life


- 1:00pm


Viking Union 735


Join the Centers for Student Access, Community, and Intercultural Engagement for this lunch and learn during Jewish American Heritage Month. We’ll learn about some fabulous people who have contributed to queer and disabled Jewish cultural life in the United States, discuss resources at the intersections of being Jewish, disabled, and queer, and think about how Jewish, disabled, and queer cultures embrace liminalities of various kinds.

Lunch provided!

AA/EO. Accessibility Statement: This event is intended for all participants, including those with visible or non-apparent disabilities.  For disability accommodation(s) (such as ASL interpretation, etc.) please contact the Centers, Advance notice is appreciated and sometimes necessary to arrange for some accessibility needs.