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Extreme Passover Link Roundup 2010

Back to basics:

Bringing women to the table:

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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']

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

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Berkenwald, Leah. "Extreme Passover Link Roundup 2010." 26 March 2010. Jewish Women's Archive. (Viewed on January 17, 2018) <https://jwa.org/blog/extreme-passover-link-roundup-2010>.

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