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Justine recently joined the board of A Wider Bridge: a pro-Israel organization that builds bridges between Israelis and LGBTQ North Americans and allies. She worked as an Elementa- ry School teacher for five years before becoming actively involved at Kulanu Toronto.
She also serves on the Local Partnership Council at Centre for Jewish Affairs (CIJA) and is a past Board Member of her synagogue, Congregation Shir Libeynu. In addition to running Kulanu Toronto, Justine works part-time as a food photographer.
Through a combination of grassroots activism and the work of established national and international advocacy organizations, this ever-growing wave of popular support has helped pave the way for governments around the globe to institute laws and protections thought impossible only a few years ago.
Jewish communities, which have often been ahead of local cultural norms, have even seen moves towards LGBTQ acceptance and inclusion in the most unexpected corners of traditional observance and Jewish life.
Justine envisions Kulanu Toronto becoming a full-service agency to support the needs of queer Jews and their families.
Applicants to Eighteen:22 spanned a diverse array of professions and concentrations, and represented nearly 30 countries from around the globe.
Each applicant was vetted by a panel of established thought leaders in the LGBTQ and Jewish worlds.
Finalists were selected based on a number of criteria including: -Demonstrated commitment to and impact in some area of LGBTQ Jewish life and/or beyond.
Disclaimer: All models were at least 18 years old when they were photographed.
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