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The Love and Justice in times of War HAGGADAH ZINE!

Haggadah Zine
By Micah Bazant and Dara Silverman, 2003
Haggadah_zine@yahoo.com

Download a PDF of the Haggadah Zine (large file)
Posted and hosted here with permission and gratitude to the authors!

Are you looking for a politically progressive, anti-racist haggadah that includes beautiful writing, ritual, humor and reflection? Wish you could find a haggadah that is in solidarity with Palestinian liberation, and also rich with multicultural Jewish traditions and history? Searching for something to help you to talk with family and friends about the connection between your political work and the Jewish tradition of fighting for freedom and liberation?

Then you, my friend, have come to the right place!

The Love and Justice in times of war HAGGADAH ZINE is your source for creating a choose-your-own-adventure progressive seder. This haggadah is fully accessible for folks who have never organized a seder, or are new to celebrating Passover: it includes transliterations, translations, a glossary, a resource list, and stories from some of our friends about what Jewishness and Passover mean to them. It is easily reproduce-able, so that you can easily copy as-is or cut and paste, to create haggadot for your own seder.

We have drawn from many wonderful progressive haggadot from the last few decades, focusing on various political and social justice issues. We are indebted to all of the folks who have created these materials, and we have used selections from many of these, with much respect and our best attempts
to credit our sources. This project has been created and compiled in the spirit of very small-scale DIY anti-copyright self-publishing.

You can download it as a (large, 50 gorgeous pages!) PDF here online, and then, if you want, take it to a copy shop and make double-sided copies, to create a 25-page booklet. Or, order printed copies through paypal.

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