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Extreme Passover Link Roundup 2010

Back to basics:

Bringing women to the table:

Explore further in JWA's Jewish Women and the Feminist Revolution exhibit. 

Spicing up your seder:

  • Choosing your Hagaddah supplement [MyJewishLearning]
  • Looking for a new way to tell the story of the Exodus? How about in 140 characters or less? [Wall Street Journal] [Tablet] [Tweet the Exodus]
  • Exchange creative seder ideas using "crowdsourcing" and open source technology. [Google Docs] [Open Source Haggadah]
  • Choose a theme for your seder. How about a "comedy" or "hipster" seder? [My Jewish Learning]
  • Passover means it's time to get crafty [Yo Yenta]
  • Check out a seder soundtrack, like "Mazel Tov Mis Amigos," or "A So-Called Seder: the Hip Hop Haggadah" [Forward]
  • This year, instead of struggling through the Hebrew, try asking the Four Questions in Klingon. [loSlogh yu'lu']

When do we eat?

 

Progressive Seder Plate
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A progressive seder plate with an orange and bar of Fair Trade chocolate.

Photo by awallin on Flickr.

How to cite this page

Berkenwald, Leah. "Extreme Passover Link Roundup 2010." 26 March 2010. Jewish Women's Archive. (Viewed on December 18, 2014) <http://jwa.org/blog/extreme-passover-link-roundup-2010>.

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