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“We break open / To all that we will encounter”
Before We Tell the Story

Place a brick on the seder table to symbolize the oppression of trans people

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Praying for strength to emerge from our narrow places in order to enter into the promised land

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How a Jewish woman becomes “free”

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A reading to begin the Passover seder about the journey toward freedom
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Describes the parallelism of Sarah’s oppression of Hagar, the Egyptian, and Pharaoh’s oppression of the Israelites
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The story of the liberation from the perspective of the women – Yocheved, Miriam, Shifrah, Puah, Batya and Tzipora
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The Ballad of the Five Women (sung to the tune of “She’ll be coming Round the Mountain”) tells the story of Shifrah, Puah, Miriam, Batya and Tzipora, five women of the Exodus.
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Some people choose to read at their seder tables all or part of this section of Exodus, which tells of the beginning of Israelite slavery 

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