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Be’chol Lashon Haggadah Inserts

Avadim Hayinu – "We Were Slaves"

Every year at Passover, we remember the story of Exodus. Created in partnership with Repair the World, this insert offers a modern take for the storytelling section of the Passover seder.

Ruth’s Cup: A New Passover Ritual Honoring Jewish Diversity

This ritual honors not only those who have converted to Judaism, but the overall diversity of the Jewish people.

Welcoming All: An Inclusive Passover Reading

The things that divide us—race, ethnicity, gender, class, religion, among others — also have the power to unite us.

Passover Trivia Place Cards

Welcome your guests to the seder with place cards featuring Passover trivia—a fun way to learn about Jewish communities around the world.

Passover Blog Posts

How Much is Dayenu? $35

Robin Washington, Jewish&, 04/14/2014

What kind of religion is that — where you get tons of good stuff but don’t have any obligations in return?

This Passover, Choose Judaism

Alex Barnett, Jewish&, 03/10/2015

“When we were slaves in Egypt . . . and the Southern United States. Moses . . . and Dr. King said, “let my people go.”

Passover, 70 Years After the Liberation

Ruth Abusch-Magder, Jewish&, 03/24/2015

"It was the day before Passover, and our Division Chaplain, of the 42nd Rainbow Division sent out a notice that we were going to have Passover Services."

Seamlessly Chinese and Jewish

Davi Yael-Cheng, Jewish&, 06/01/2015

I was merely expressing who I am through art, and how the many pieces of me — the Jew, the Chinese, the lesbian — come together and become one.

Passover, Then and Now

Yasminah Respes, Jewish&, 04/18/2016

I connect with Passover because I’ve gone through my own journey.

A Modern Passover Miracle

Rabbi Gershom Sizomu, Jewish&, 03/25/2014

This modern Passover Miracle story is perfect for sharing with friends and family at your Seder.

A Sephardic Passover Meat Pie

Marcia Weingarten, Jewish&, 04/12/2016

At Passover, one of the staples of our Seder meal is a Megina, sometimes referred to as “mina”, or a “meat quajado.” Quajado (pronounced kwah-shah-doh) is a Sephardic dish that traces back to Spain which is usually made with vegetables and eggs and often cheese.

Passover and the Need for Wiser Questions

Ruth Abusch-Magder, Jewish&, 03/31/2015

In college, David Abusch-Magder (then David Abusch) decided to take a class in African dance. Over the years he had watched every semester as the class was often held outside. People seemed to be having fun and the movement was so easy and fluid.

The Global History of Ma Nishtana

Ruth Abusch-Magder, Jewish&, 03/30/2015

This simple piece of the Haggadah liturgy is one the first Jews learn but few of us know about the history of this text and the music that has now become the classic tradition.

Children’s Passover Books

Team Be'chol Lashon, Jewish&, 04/08/2014

Passover is a time for storytelling. There are many children’s books that engage young minds by going beyond the telling found in the traditional Passover haggadah.

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