Pride Weekend Programs

 

World Pride Shabbat
Start Pride Weekend off right with the most fabulous Shabbat dinner of the year! Join our Jewish LGBTQ+ friends and family from around the globe as we come together to celebrate World Pride, and commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall uprising. Cosponsored by Out at the J, Friday Night Lights, and OneTable. Dietary laws observed.
This event was made possible through the Charles and Lynn Schusterman Family Foundation's Grassroots Events program.

Fri, Jun 28, 6 pm (rooftop happy hour), 7:30 pm (catered dinner), $36

Jew York Pride
Join hundreds of LGBTQ Jews from around the world in a daylong celebration of World Pride in NYC, for what’s expected to be the largest LGBTQ Pride event in history. Come together for brunch, then head down to march in the parade together as a group. Cosponsored by Out at the J, UJA Federation, JQY, Keshet, and CBST.

Sun, Jun 30, 11 am (brunch at WeWork Times Square), March time TBD

 


 

OTHER PRIDE-RELATED PROGRAMS

Below is a list of events and opportunities to learn about, connect with, and celebrate Pride Month, ending with an unforgettable and historic Pride Weekend!

Paul Feig z”l Tikkun Leil Shavuot: Stay the Night
Join thousands of others for study, film, music, dance, yoga, meditation, cheesecake, and more throughout the building for the Upper West Side’s most spectacular holiday celebration. Among the many programs offered during our all-night event are a few with LGBTQ-related themes.

Sat, Jun 8, 10 pm-Sun, Jun 9, 5 am, Free

Out at the J Stonewall 50 Exhibit Private Tour + Happy Hour
Join Out at the J for a private tour of the Love & Resistance: Stonewall 50 exhibition at The New York Public Library Stephen A. Schwarzman Building. This private tour will be led by our own docent through the library. After the tour, we will head to Bryant Park for happy hour. Tickets are limited.

Wed, Jun 12, 6:30-9 pm, $15

Democracy Monday: Creative Strategies for Social Change
There are so many ways to make change: Get out the vote! Call your representatives! Sign this petition! March with us! This June, we want to highlight some other forms of civic engagement that can also be potent tools for change. So energize your civic spirit at a special Democracy Monday, where you'll hear from activists and organizations that leverage creative strategies to push for powerful social change. Speakers will include the veteran journalist and ACT UP member, Ann Northrup, a representative from Make the Road NY's private prison divestment campaign, and more. Cosponsored by Out at the J in honor of World Pride Month.

Mon, Jun 17, 6-8 pm, $10/$15

Film: To a More Perfect Union: U.S. v Windsor
This film tells the story of love, marriage, and the fight for equality. Director Donna Zaccaro documents the history of the gay rights and marriage equality movement in this country. Octogenarian Edie Windsor and her attorney, Roberta Kaplan, fight for justice and fundamental dignity. Following the screening, Jane Eisner, The Forward's writer-at-large, will interview Roberta Kaplan about the film and her current legal case, Sines v Kessler, the case against the neo- Nazis and other extremists who descended on Charlottesville, VA, in 2017, for what they called the "Unite the Right."

Tue, Jun 25, 7-9 pm, $12/$15

Adaptations: NY City Opera Performance: Stonewall
Commemorating the 50th anniversary of the uprising, Stonewall is a moving and explosive new American opera that captures the rage, grit, humor, and, finally, hope of the LGBTQ community's uprising in a Greenwich Village dance club on one hot night in June 1969. The work is divided into three parts and follows a diverse group of characters whose lives collide at that pivotal moment in history when the police push them too far and they find the courage to fight back. This event is for Adaptations members only.

Thu, Jun 27, 6-9:30 pm, $45

THE SAMUEL PRIEST ROSE BUILDING
334 amsterdam ave at 76th st
new york, ny 10023 | 646.505.4444
www.jccmanhattan.org [192.168.26.83]