Passover

Explore our LGBTQ-affirming articles, rituals, and Torah commentaries to enrich your celebration of Passover.

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In the mid-1980s, Susannah Heschel and feminist Jewish college students put an orange on their seder plate as a symbol of inclusion of gay and lesbian Jews. They were building…

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Holiday: Pesach Liberation and Transgender Jews by Rabbi Ayelet S. Cohen Thursday April 13, 2006 15 Nisan, 5766 Exodus 12:21-51, Passover   We prepare for the holiday of Passover in…

This one-page Haggadah insert is adapted from Mah Nishtana – A GLBTQ + Ally Haggadah, written in 2005. By Anonymous, Micah Buck-Yael, Kerry Chaplin, Makella Craelius, Elianna Goldstein, Rabbi Avi…

Background Adding new rituals and texts to the Passover Seder is a way to connect this ancient holiday of the liberation to contemporary struggles for freedom. As we say each…

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