On May 22, 2013, CreagerCole Communications placed a feature article with the Jewish Telegraphic Agency (JTA), about the 10-year Anniversary Celebration of our client, T’ruah: The Rabbinic Call for Human Rights.
The article featured the host of T’ruah’s special event, Tony and Emmy Award Winning actress, Cynthia Nixon. In it, Nixon praised T’ruah saying, “It’s an amazing organization. Too often we think of religiosity as being the territory of the right wing. We in the left wing are spiritual too and we shouldn’t cede that territory.”
The T’ruah anniversary celebration honored Rabbi Everett Gendler and Rabbi Susan Talve with Human Rights Hero Awards, and Thomas B. Wilner with the Raphael Lemkin Human Rights Award. T’ruah called all of the honorees individuals “who exemplify T’ruah’s mission of bringing a Jewish moral voice to the most pressing human rights issues of our time.” In addition to Cynthia Nixon, the event also featured a special performance by Y-Love, a Los Angeles-based African-American Jewish gay hip-hop artist.