JP NOLA’s mission is to provide information, resources, and affirmation to Louisiana’s LGBTQ Jewish population. We will utilize our relationships with local synagogues, agencies, and other organizations to support, partner on, and promote LGBTQ-related programming, events, and opportunities. JP NOLA will participate in LGBTQ advocacy and be the centralizing resource for Jewish LGBTQ activities in Greater New Orleans.
JP NOLA is an initiative of the Jewish Federation of Greater New Orleans: Goldring Family Foundation Center for Jewish-Multicultural Affairs.
An evening with DAVID CORENSWET
Star of the hit shows Hollywood and The Politician
Thursday, August 27, 7:30-8:30pm
***Thanks for attending!!***
"My Story Our Story" Event with Jo and Jeremy Ivester
June 29, 2020
JP NOLA is proud to have partnered with several amazing organizations on the below "My Story Our Story" virtual event with Jo and Jeremy Ivester, hosted by the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) Southern Division, on June 29. Please click here or on the graphic to watch a recording of the event on demand!
JP NOLA Statement on Bostock Case
June 16, 2020 -- The Jewish Federation of Greater New Orleans: Goldring Family Foundation for Jewish-Multicultural Affairs and its Jewish Pride New Orleans group applaud the June 15, 2020, decision of the United States Supreme Court in Bostock v. Clayton County, Georgia that Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 protects gay, lesbian, and transgender people from discrimination in employment.
Please click here to read the full statement.
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