Jewish Community Canvass Day for Trans Rights

Top Pick July 29, 2018 Newton Free 0
(Photo: itakdalee/iStock)
(Photo: itakdalee/iStock)

Join Keshet, the Jewish Community Relations Council and the Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism as we partner with Freedom for All Massachusetts for a day of door-to-door canvassing in Newton in support of the campaign to uphold transgender rights in Massachusetts.

This November, Massachusetts voters need to come out and vote in support of public protections for the state’s transgender citizens or those protections will be lost. Let’s stand up for trans rights and share the message to VOTE YES to uphold discrimination protections for transgender people in public spaces!

Face-to-face conversations are the most effective way of opening hearts and minds and gaining support for trans rights. As Jews we honor our obligation to fight for a society that ensures the humanity and dignity of all people. All of us are created b’tzelem Elohim, in God’s image.

Whether you’re a veteran canvasser or new to door-knocking, we hope you can join us! This event is open to all and will include a training on how to be an effective canvasser, including how to share the message of the campaign and responding to frequently asked questions.

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When
Sunday, July 29, 2018, 10:00 am - 3:00 pm
Where
Temple Shalom
175 Temple St
Newton, MA 02465
Price
Free

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