of Jews are racially & ethnically diverse

According to research done by Be’chol Lashon, 20% of American Jews identify as African American, Latinx, Asian, mixed race, Sephardi and Mizrahi. This year, join us as we celebrate Passover rituals from diverse Jewish communities and traditions.

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How do we connect the ancient story of Exodus to modern struggles for freedom as individuals and as a multiracial, multiethnic Jewish community? This Passover, open your seder up to conversations about fighting for shared freedom, in biblical times and today.

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Bring your seder to the next level

Not hosting your own seder? Still want to incorporate our haggadah insert and place cards into your seder? Be’chol Lashon and Repair the World have you covered.

Invite your seder host to download the haggadah insert and placecards.

Fill out the form to the right and we’ll send the materials and a note all about the #MemoryToAction campaign straight to their inbox. Together, we’ll fill our seder plates with renewed meeting this Passover.


Fill your seder with renewed meaning: connect the past to the present by engaging in conversations about what it means to move to a place of freedom. Download and print the resources below, created in partnership with Be’chol Lashon, and bring them to your seder table this Passover.

Haggadah Insert: Avadim Hayinu

Every year, the Haggadah teaches us to remember the story of our Exodus from Egypt, of struggling through “a narrow place” to a place of freedom. Bring this insert, created in partnership with Be’chol Lashon, to discuss during Avadim Hayinu, “we were slaves,” the storytelling section of the Passover seder (or wherever it works best!).

Trivia Place cards

Welcome your guests to their seats with these trivia place cards, created in partnership with Be’chol Lashon, that celebrate Passover rituals from diverse Jewish communities and traditions from around the world.

If you have come here to help me, you are wasting your time. But if you have come because your liberation is bound up with mine, then let us work together.
—Lilla Watson, Aboriginal Australian Activist