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Seder

Why, on this night, do we include women's voices?

In collaboration with JewishBoston.com, JWA are putting the finishing touches on a new Haggadah that highlights women's voices. (Keep an eye out for it next week.) As we've been thinking about seders and traditions and the different ways we could include women's voices in the Haggadah we're creating, I wanted to hear more from you about your traditions and how you include women's voices.

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Jewish Feminism in the United States

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Jewish Women's Archive. "Seder." (Viewed on October 25, 2014) <http://jwa.org/tags/seder>.

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