: We were slaves.Atah b'nei chorin
: Now we are free.
T'ruah's updated haggadah helps transform the seder into a conversation about immigration, racism, workers' rights, and forced labor. Filled with insightful comments and thought-provoking questions, reflections from activists in the field, and full-color artwork done by detained immigrant children and forced labor survivors, the haggadah can serve as the full text of a social justice seder, a section-by-section companion for the traditional haggadah, or a source for the occasional insertion. This version revises and expands the first edition of The Other Side of the Sea
, published in 2015, with 24 pages of new content to speak to the concerns of 2020 and beyond.
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