|Tuesday Mar 26, 2013 5:30 PM - Tuesday Mar 26, 2013 9:30 PM | $8.00 - $1000.00
Parting the Waters: A Prop 8 Passover for Love, Liberation and Justice
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March 26th marks the second day of Passover as well as the Prop 8 challenge being argued at the Supreme Court thus offering the perfect opportunity for a second night Seder focused on marriage equality and vital work of pursuing of love, liberation and justice in every generation. "Parting the Waters" will be a lively social justice Seder for a multi-faith, multiracial, intergenerational, LGBT and allied crowd highlighting the faith community's longstanding commitment to fairness and dignity for all souls. Join us to celebrate, honor and reflect upon precipice of history these cases represent - Get your tickets now as seats will sell out fast!
Individual tickets to the Seder (General Admission) are $18. All other payment amounts go toward offsetting the cost of the Seder so please consider giving as you are able. The Moses, Miriam and Aaron supporter levels all include a specific number of tickets to the seder, public recognition and a commemorative copy of the Prop 8 Passover Haggadah. For further contribution information, please contact us at PartingTheWaters2013@gmail.com.
We're excited to announce that Rabbi Denise Eger, President-Elect of the Central Conference of American Rabbis (CCAR), will lead our Seder on the 26th. She will be joined by too many amazing special guests, movement leaders and spiritual activists to name but all together, we have a great Seder in store!
THANK YOU TO ALL OUR WONDERFUL SUPPORTERS SO FAR: Human Rights Campaign (Moses), Religious Coalition for Reproductive Justice (Moses), Stuart Kurlander (Miriam), David Blotner (Miriam), Ariana Tobias (Aaron), Keshet (Aaron), Institute for Welcoming Resources Institute of the Task Force (Aaron), Believe out Loud (Aaron) and the Religious Action Center for Reform Judaism (Aaron). Thanks too to those who are supporting this seder in other ways: National Council of Jewish Women, Jews United for Justice, United for Marriage Coalition, California Faith for Equality and more!
Please note that the meal served during Seder will be strictly vegetarian and chametz-free but will NOT be prepared by kosher-for-Passover caterers. Please contact us directly for further information related to religious observance and accommodations: PartingTheWaters2013@gmail.com.
Photo provided with permission by Dan Zaitz: www.zaitzphotography.com
Human Rights Campaign Equality Center (View)
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Washington, DC 20036
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