The Passover 2010 seder supplements are arriving fast and furious. In my last post I shared my JVP supplement – here are a few more you can download and use to spice up your seder meal:
– The “Moral Voices” initiative of Penn Hillel has published “From Chains to Change” – a supplement that connects the lessons of Pesach to the contemporary scourge of human trafficking;
– Workingman’s Circle’s “10 Modern Plagues” demonstrates how our contemporary bounty is diminished by the suffering of others;
– J Street’s supplement asks “Four More Questions” about the prospects for the peace process in the coming year;
– Tikkun Magazine’s supplement, thoughtful as ever, is so verbose that it could be its own haggadah…
– The new supplement created by American Jewish World Service focuses on disaster relief: “Dayenu: Supporting the Long Journey from Disaster to Recovery;”
– Jewish Funds for Justice highlights immigration reform with “For We Were Strangers;”
– A print-out placemat from Mazon asks a 5th question: “Why On This Night are Millions of People Going Hungry?”
A zissen Pesach – all the best for a sweet and liberating Passover…
Thank you for posting these supplements. Each year we look for something meaningful, something that resonates to add to our seder and this year we will add the 10 Modern Plagues from the Workman’s Circle and the placemat from Mazon – both of which remind us of where we are in the world and what we must strive for.
Who knows which of today’s supplements will become part of the future Hagaddah canon? Thanks for the supps.
A zissen Pesach!