2020 Passover Resources

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Each year, the Jewish social justice field brings messages of liberation and justice to your Passover Seder. As a community rooted in and dedicated to justice, we offer 2020 Passover resources from affiliates of the Jewish Social Justice Roundtable. Enjoy, engage, wrestle, and learn – and share widely. Chag Sameach!

 

American Jewish World Service’s Global Justice Haggadah and additional resources to spark conversation about our shared stories of liberation can be downloaded here.

Bend the Arc has created this Magid Haggadah insert for your seder.  

Challah for Hunger’s 2019 resource incorporating their Campus Hunger Project into your seder can be downloaded here.

HIASHaggadah connects the ancient Passover stories to today’s refugees.

JCC Manhattan offers What Matters: Passover Haggadah companion.

Jewish Council on Urban Affairs Liberation is Decarceration Haggadah insert.

Jewish Women’s Archive’s The Wandering is Over Haggadah centers Jewish women’s voices in the Passover story. 

Jewish World Watch’s Second Seder Plate blends traditional Passover symbols with everyday objects highlighting issues today’s refugees face.

Jews United for Justice's labor Hagaddah And We Cry Out is available here along with a collection of archived resources.  

Kavod has this list of collected resources and events. Kavod House’s A Seder For Us and By Us haggadah centers the voices of Jews of Color, Indigenous Jews, Sephardi and Mizrahi Jews.

MAZON's Hunger Seder Haggadah and the Passover Reflections for Your Digital Seder video series are available here.  

Moving Traditions has created a conversation guide to encourage sharing family stories of overcoming adversity.

The Rabbinical Assembly created A Seder Made to Order, a virtual video seder, and has other resources available here.  

Reconstructing Judaism’s Haggadah A Night of Questions is available online and a Facebook Group, Passover Connect, has been created to crowdsource passover content and questions.   

Repair the World has created a diverse array of Passover resources to spark conversations, including a Haggadah insert, Four Questions for Making a Difference from a Distance.

Right Now created the Refugee Seder Haggadah in partnership with numerous Roundtable organizations.

T’ruah’s diverse range of Passover resources for the seder and beyond can be downloaded here.

Union for Reform Judaism offers tips on how to have a seder in the year of Coronavirus as well as many other resources here.

Uri L'Tzedek created A Passover of Hope: The Joy and Responsibility of Freedom Passover reader.  

 

Questions or additions to this list from Roundtable affiliates? Email Sophia at [email protected]

 

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