The Jewish Women’s Archive has partnered with JewishBoston.com to produce a fully inclusive version of the Haggadah that celebrates the contributions of women to Jewish life.
There’s really no one right way to celebrate Passover. The important thing is to explore the story, raise questions and share the experience with others.
JewishBoston.com and the Jewish Women’s Archive (JWA) have a common commitment to making it easier for people to participate in Jewish life. We hope this Haggadah helps you do this. We’d love to know what you think; you can contact us by email at feedback@JewishBoston.com or jwa.org/contact.
The Jewish Women’s Archive is devoted to making known the stories, struggles and achievements of Jewish women in North America. Weaving women’s words and stories throughout this Haggadah will enrich your understanding of the past and help ensure a more inclusive future.
JWA’s mission is to uncover, chronicle and transmit to a broad public the rich history of American Jewish women. To learn more about what we do, visit JWA.org, where you can explore an encyclopedia of Jewish women, educational materials that can be used for free, online exhibits, our lively blog and numerous other resources for anyone interested in the experiences of American Jewish women, both celebrated and unheralded, past and present.
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