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Social Justice Seder: Let my people grow

April 14 | 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Six Jews of different races, genders, and ages gather around a seder table.

Each spring, the Social Justice Seder celebrates the freedom story of the Exodus by connecting it to present day struggles, delivering the tools to take action, and celebrating with food, friends, and song. This year’s Seder, “Let my people grow,” will explore the fight for youth justice and the campaign to let all of Maryland’s children, and their children, and their children’s children break the chains of the criminal legal system and live in freedom.

We are grateful to partner with Beth Am Synagogue, Bolton Street Synagogue, Hinenu: the Baltimore Justice Shtiebel, and Repair the World on this event.

Reserve Tickets, Sponsor, Volunteer

Registration will close at 9:00 AM on Friday, April 12.

If you are giving by check, please mail your check, made out to Jews United for Justice, to:
Jews United for Justice
PO Box 41485
Washington, DC 20018
Please write “2024 Social Justice Seder” in the memo line.

JUFJ is a Jewish organization rooted in the idea that all people are created b’tzelem elohim, in the Divine image, and therefore have inherent value and worth. We strive to ensure that our work increases kavod habriot, human dignity, through the work we do and the ways we do it. This includes working to make participation at JUFJ broadly accessible, including to people with a variety of disabilities. We have been working more consciously to be more accessible. Our approach is to act quickly on what we can do right now, while continuing to gather information and resources for later steps. We welcome feedback, and expect to continue modifying and adjusting as we work together to take the world as it is and create the world as it should be. You can reach us at accessibility@jufj.org with input, ideas, or accessibility needs.


April 14
3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
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Beth Am Synagogue
2501 Eutaw Place
Baltimore, MD 21217 United States
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