Andrew Ramer triptych, photos by Janet Sheard

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Andrew Ramer on Pride Week’s Pink Triangle in Conjunction with Yom HaShoah

Friday, Apr 21, 2017 • 12:30–1pm

ADMISSION: Free with Museum admission

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2017-04-21 12:30:00 UTC2017-04-21 13:00:00 UTC America/Los_AngelesThe CJM - 736 Mission St, San Francisco, CAAndrew Ramer on Pride Week’s Pink Triangle in Conjunction with Yom HaShoahDuring Pride week, a giant pink triangle is installed on Twin Peaks. Andrew Ramer talks about how the pink triangle went from being a symbol of persecution to a symbol of gay pride. Presented in partnership with Congregation Sha’ar Zahav.

During Pride week, a giant pink triangle is installed on Twin Peaks. Andrew Ramer talks about how the pink triangle went from being a symbol of persecution to a symbol of gay pride. Presented in partnership with Congregation Sha’ar Zahav. 

about the speaker
Andrew Ramer

Andrew Ramer is a writer whose work is grounded in narratives from parallel realities. He’s the author of Torah Told Different: Stories for a Pan/Poly/Post-Denominational Era, Queering the Text: Biblical, Medieval, and Modern Jewish Stories, and Two Flutes Playing, which has been called a gay underground classic. The world’s first ordained interfaith maggid (sacred storyteller), he is a longtime member of Congregation Sha’ar Zahav in San Francisco, in whose marvelously innovative siddur many of his prayers and blessings appear. 

Image Credit

Header image: Andrew Ramer triptych, photos by Janet Sheard.