Roundtable Project Curriculum Tools

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The Role of Latinx Faith Communities in HIV/AIDS Prevention and Care with Carolina Ramos: A CLGS Queer & Latinx Faith Conversation

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Click here for a video recording of this online CLGS Faith, Family, Equality | Fe, Familia, Igualdad event! In this CLGS Queer & Latinx Faith Conversation we discuss HIV/AIDS in Latinx communities with Carolina Ramos as we also celebrates CLGS’ newest Latinx resource: our LGBTQ+ Latinx Health Guide on HIV/AIDS for Faith Communities! A native San […]

“Post-Gay”: How Queer Values Benefit All People with Rabbi Joshua Lesser. A CLGS Jewish Queeries Series Event

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Click here for a video recording of this CLGS Jewish Queeries Series event! Ten years ago, a prominent Jewish Gay historian wrote an article in a major Jewish newspaper about the “dim” future of LGBT synagogues.  As a sign of their “demise,” Congregation Bet Haverim in Atlanta was called a “Post-Gay Synagogue.”  When the congregation’s rabbi, […]

Mental Health Care and Latinx Theology/Activism with Professor MT Dávila: A CLGS Queer & Latinx Faith Conversation

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Click here for a video recording of this online CLGS event! In this Queer & Latinx Faith Conversation, sponsored by The CLGS Latinx Roundtable | Fe, Familia, Igualdad, Professor MT (Maria Teresa) Dávila explores connections and intersections between the promotion and cultivation of mental health for all persons and the Christian call to activism in the public […]

LGBTQ+ Latinx Health Guide on HIV/AIDS for Faith Communities: In English & Spanish!

LGBTQ+ Latinx Health Guide on HIV/AIDS for Faith Communities A New Bilingual Resource from The CLGS Latinx Roundtable | Fe, Familia, Igualdad This guide, the newest resource created by the CLGS Latinx Roundtable, includes information on HIV/AIDS and how it has an impact on Latinx persons, families, and faith communities. In addition, this resource – […]

Umoja: A Curriculum for African American Christian Faith Communities

The Umoja Project is designed to facilitate safe, non-threatening dialogue about the diversity of human sexuality and the tension that sometimes exists within African-American faith communities in relation to LGBT individuals. Film and group discussion will help all participants (regardless of their position on this topic) explore the social and emotional impact of the exclusion those who want to be a part of the church community, but do not feel welcomed.

52 Ways #42: Celebrate Juneteenth!

On 19 June 1865 Union General Gordon Granger proclaimed in Galveston, Texas, the federal government’s decree that all previously-enslaved people in Texas were free; this proclamation was read over two and a half years after the issuance of the Emancipation Proclamation, which had been signed by President Abraham Lincoln on 1 January 1863. It is […]