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Pesach: A Season for Justice
Reading Inserts
Within the Haggadah, there are many opportunities to add additional readings or elaborate on the social action themes already present.
Themed Haggadot
Many organizations produce special themed Haggadot to infuse social justice into the Passover celebration.
Passover Programs
The RAC's Program Bank has many suggestions for how to take action on social justice holiday themes.
Pesach: A Season of Justice (PDF)
Downloadable version of the Religious Action Center's Passover Social Action Guide.
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Invisible - The story of modern slavery, a social justice Haggadah Invisible: The Story of Modern Slavery, A Social Justice Haggadah
What you make of liberation - that is the trick. Can you, unshackled, set someone else free?


Budget DebateFour Questions About Our Budget Debate,
In the spirit of Passover, where we study the past in order to learn from it, we'd like to suggest that we ask Four Questions about the current federal budget debate. Jewish Daily Forward Article 4/11/11.

laborA Labor Haggadah Companion: Passover Supplement
Remember the valuable role of the labor movement in the pursuit of economic and social justice.

 

Conflict MineralsThe Modern Plagues of Conflict Minerals: Passover Supplement
Reminding us that individuals are suffering today so we have the electronic devices that run our lives.



Reform Movement Resources
Union for Reform Judaism's Pesach Page
Information about the holiday of Passover, congregational highlights and seder resources.
Commission on Social Action of Reform Judaism
Social action programmatic, educational and advocacy resources for congregations and individuals.
NFTY, North American Federation of Temple Youth
NFTY's social action page.
Chai Impact Action Center
Take action on these top issues!

 

 
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