Bringing Contemporary Worker Justice Issues to Our Passover Celebrations
Co-sponsored by Congregation Sha'arei Shamayim, Temple Beth El, and Beth Israel Center
A Passover Seder is a ritual feast held on the first night or first two nights of Passover, which commemorates the Jews' release from slavery and captivity in Egypt, as told through the Torah in the book of Exodus.
The Labor Seder this year will not be a full seder but will be a learning opportunity that of how to integrate contemporary themes of worker justice into the Passover seder.
As with a traditional Seder, non-Jews are welcome to join in the meal and event. This is an opportunity for re-imagining an age-old tradition in a contemporary context and for shared fellowship in the march toward worker justice.
Please RSVP, as there is a need to plan food
The event is free, with a suggested donation of $10-20 to support Interfaith Coalition for Worker Justice's (ICWJ) work.