Come co-create an interfaith pre-Passover Seder that transforms the ancient struggle of Israelites from slavery to Pharaoh to confronting the Pharaohs of today:
Racism – in official policies of white nationalism, religious bigotry, and immigration injustice
Materialism – in the form of extreme economic inequality and devastation of the Earth
Militarism – overseas and at home
Sexism – the subjugation of women and LGBTQ people
Seder leaders include:
Reverends William Barber and Liz Theoharis, co-chairs of the Poor People’s Campaign
Ana Maria Archila, director of the Center for Popular Democracy, who confronted Senator Flake in the US Capitol elevator during Kavanaugh nomination hearing
Debbie Almontaser, founder of the Khalil Gibran School, survivor and “transcender” of bitter Islamophobic attacks, and founder / director of Bridging Cultures
Rabbi Arthur Waskow, director of The Shalom Center and author of the original Freedom Seder
Dinner - 5:00-6:45pm, Halal (fish and vegetarian)
Seder - 7:00-9:30pm.
PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED.
REGISTRATION CLOSES APRIL 4, 2019.
PRICES INCREASE MARCH 23, if seats remain.
PROGRAM BOOKLET CLOSES MARCH 7.
Cancellations by March 22 will be refunded minus a $36/ person processing fee. No refunds after that date.
7401 Limekiln Pike
Philadelphia, PA 19138
|Dinner & Seder||$ 180.00|
|Seder Only||$ 36.00|
|Seder Only-Low income||$ 18.00|
|Program-Full page||$ 200.00|
|10 Dinner + Seder||$ 1,200.00|
|Sponsor an Activist- Dinner & Seder||$ 180.00|
|Sponsor a Young Activist-Seder Only||$ 36.00|