MA'YAN's First Community Feminist Seder, 1994

One aspect of feminist ritual development is the modification of existing rituals to enable women's full participation and recognition. A primary example is the participation in seders which highlight women's contribution to the Passover story. This photograph was taken at MA'YAN's first Community Feminist Seder, which was held in 1994. More than two hundred women attended.

Photographer: Joan Roth


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