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  • The AIDS Quilt: Memorabilia – Jewish LGBT History & Heritage in the UK

    The AIDS Quilt: Memorabilia – Jewish LGBT History & Heritage in the UK

    Photos, posters, pamphlets, artefacts and other ephemera are vital resources of LGBT Jewish History & Heritage in the UK. Rabbi Mark Solomon introduces to us the ‘AIDS quilt’ , which was made in the early [...]

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  • Pioneers and Milestones – Interview Trailer

    Pioneers and Milestones – Interview Trailer

    Thanks to the amazing Portsmouth University Film team,  under the supervision of Searle Kochberg, Rainbow Jews has launched its 1st interview trailer. Enjoy this little ‘teaser’ and get a glimpse of our rich and colourful [...]

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  • Our Patrons & Supporters

    Our Patrons & Supporters

    My Name is Maxwell Zachs, I am an out and very proud-to-be Transgender Jew from a North London Reform Community. I was over the moon to be asked to become a Patron of Rainbow Jews [...]

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  • Rainbow Jews training

    Rainbow Jews training

    We are ready to start our Rainbow Jews collection! Throughout May 2013, the Rainbow Jews volunteer team received expert training on all aspects of archiving. The training was conducted by senior archivists from both Hall [...]

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  • Rainbow Jews wants your stories

    Rainbow Jews wants your stories

    Got a Jewish LGBTQ story to tell? We’d love to hear from you. We record both audio and audio-visual oral histories between April and September 2013. Please contact us as soon as possible; we have [...]

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"Rainbow Jews provides an important source of Jewish history. I urge people to get involved and support this project in whichever way they can"
Danny Rich

Rabbi Danny Rich
Liberal Judaism CEO
"I am honoured to support Rainbow Jews and to celebrate the huge positive contribution that Jewish people make to the LGBT community and to our wider society. Jewish and LGBT people share many parallels of oppression and of triumph over adversity. As victims of prejudice, it is important for us to stand together united against all hate."
Peter Tatchell

Peter Tatchell
Human Rights Defender

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