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Special Haggadot

These haggadot can used by families and congregations who wish to celebrate Passover with a unique perspective on social justice topics.

Pesach: Themed Haggadot

This Passover, take time to remember that slavery didn’t end in Egypt as many people around the world are victims of modern day slavery and human trafficking.

From the Religious Action Center:

Black-Jewish Haggadah, rich in songs, ancient & contemporary writing and reflections by Jewish & African American leaders

These haggadot focus on LGBT rights, mixing traditional and progressive elements to create a uniquely Queer experience for all.

While enjoying our Seder we must take time to turn our attention to those who do not have enough to eat.

Earth Day Haggadot

This spring, the first night of Passover 15th of Nisan, 5776, falls on April 22, 2016, when we celebrate Earth Day and the signing of the landmark UN Paris Climate Agreement. 

We suggest using the new Seder for the Children of Abraham, Hagar, and Sarah as an organizing tool for Israeli-Palestinian peace-making.

From: Save Darfur Coalition, Jewish Council for Public Affairs, American Jewish World Service, and Tents of Hope.


As we were once slaves in the land of Egypt we remember the valuable role of the labor movement in the pursuit of economic and social justice.

We raise our voices together to recognize these 10 modern plagues that are experienced as part of conflict mining.