Join Us for A Liberation Passover Seder on Tuesday, April 11 (the 2nd Seder night) at 6:00 pm in Berkeley
Special Guests: Emma’s Revolution
Register now: www.beyttikkun.org/seder. Registration closes Monday, April 3rd
We survived Pharaoh in Egypt–we can survive and even triumph over the contemporary Pharaoh’s in Washington D.C. and Wall Street, Syria, Saudi Arabia, Russia, Iran, China, Egypt, Gaza, Israel, Turkey, Korea, the Philippines, and many other places around the world!
The ancient Israelites didn’t believe salvation was possible, but it was–and so it will be in our own times, though things look dark and discouraging at the moment as we enter another month of the Trump Administration (most recently dismantling the environmental protections that so many of us campaigned for years to get our government to create). Come participate and revive your hopeful energies for the struggles ahead!!!!
This Seder is for people of all faith traditions who wish to recommit to the struggles for liberation and re-affirm your commitment to a world of love, generosity, justice, environmental sustainability and nonviolence!
We are especially pleased and honored to have Pat Humphries and Sandy O. (Emma’s Revolution) joining us at the Seder and enriching the experience with their music and teaching. So much of their music has become a “staple” in the repertoire of songs of freedom, peace and liberation. Hopefully you’ve seen and heard them, most recently in a knockout concert at the Freight and Salvage.
The Seder focuses not only on our own liberation from slavery, but also on celebrating the liberation struggles of all people through history and continuing in our own lifetimes, while including all the traditions of Passover.
Led by Rabbi Michael Lerner, Cat Zavis, Ami Goodman and Abby Caplin
with special guests Emma’s Revolution (Pat Humphries and Sandy O.) http://www.
Please share this on Facebook and Twitter – you probably have some people on your lists that would love this event if you were kind enough to let them know about it. This seder is not only for Jews–everyone is welcome.