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Bennett Decker
New York, NY

President Joe Biden’s inauguration and messages of a new start through unity couldn’t have come at a better time, as Jewish Americans recently observed Tu B’Shevat, when trees come out of dormancy and begin blossoming with new life and fruit.

With a message of renewal, Tu B’Shevat carries heightened significance to LGBTQ people, especially now, with a pro-equality presidency and majority in Congress. With the U.S. Senate now evenly split between Democrats and Republicans, and Vice President Kamala Harris holding the tie-breaking vote, LGBTQ Americans have rekindled hope for the unfulfilled dream of equality under the law.

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