“We want to educate ourselves and our community,” Lesser said. “This is a broader issue outside of the gay Jewish community.”
Lesser said he and other organizers were reaching out to local nonprofits and advocacy groups that deal directly and indirectly with homelessness.
Last year’s Pride Seder was the first officially held as part of Stonewall festivities. Lesser said the increased exposure from partnering with the Atlanta Pride Committee helped the event reach a larger communal audience.
Like last year, there will be a sing-a-long with a few special surprises, but Lesser said a song or two from “The Wizard of Oz” are in the mix to fit with this year’s theme.