Making Passover Meaningful

“I feel that freedom is Judaism, that Passover is not 3,000 years old- that it is today, and that we are part of it.”
-Rabbi Robert J. Marx, Founder of the Jewish Council on Urban Affairs

Every year, JCUA updates its Haggadah with current social justice issues for our Freedom and Justice Seder. The Haggadah provides materials to enhance Seder discussions and helps Seder participants reflect on what it means when it is written in the Torah:

“You shall not oppress the stranger, for you were strangers in the land of Egypt” (Exodus 23:9).

[Download your free copy of the Haggadah]

Wishing you a happy and meaningful Passover!

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