JUFJ engages with our community to retell the story of Passover in the context of a local social justice campaign. As the story reminds us that it is our duty to side with the oppressed, the Social Justice Seder gives our community an opportunity to take action.
Explore our past programming:
- At 2017's 4th Annual Social Justice Seder, "Coming Through A Narrow Place: Seeking Police Accountability in Baltimore," we delved into the complexities of policing and police accountability in Baltimore.
- At 2016's 3rd Annual Baltimore Social Justice Seder, "Let My People Go ... Home!", we learned about the terrible housing conditions that struggling Baltimore renters face, and the frequent injustices of Rent Court, the legal system which is meant to protect Baltimore City’s tenants.
- The 2015 2nd Annual Baltimore Social Justice Seder, Environmental Justice and the Curtis Bay Incinerator, focused on a toxic deal to build an incinerator in a low-income, already polluted Baltimore neighborhood.
- Download the 2015/5775 Social Justice Haggadah here.