Passover is a holiday about hope against all odds. Even if we do not know what will be, our actions matter and the seemingly-impossible can be achieved.
#TorahForTheResistance in Parashat Tzav: we do ritual to hold space for the world’s imperfection — that’s that point.
Though our world feels far from liberated, our people experienced liberation in some deeply meaningful ways and remembering this is an important tool for helping us move forward.
The Jubilee Haggadah, an anti-occupation artwork featuring 30 Israeli contributors, joins the mitzvot of Passover with the Jublee year of freeing others.
Ten lessons from the new AJWS Haggadah — Next Year in a Just World — for Jewish social justice activists.
And yet, in the Biblical Pesach story, Rasha is not left behind. The entire Jewish community — the wise, the wicked, the simple, and those who don’t know how to ask — cross the red sea together. And together they wander for forty years, diasporic and free, a group filled with doubters and dissenters and rebels. In other words, questioning the Jewish community does not mean that we are separating ourselves from it. We question not from a place of distance but from a place of caring, engagement, and connection. And efforts to keep out the challengers, to blunt our teeth, are doomed to fail.
No matter what Seder table you plan to join this week, there are three things you can expect to do a lot of: eat, drink,
Let’s try putting our money where our mouths are this year. People in my circles are both progressive and Jewishly observant; we have important conversations
Add social justice to your Passover seder with these 57 haggadah supplements: racial justice, Israel/Palestine, LGBT, labor, immigration, and more.
Kate Poole wrote a Passover comic of divesting from corporate greed.