T’ruah’s Haggadah on fighting modern slavery features
- An engaging examination of modern slavery, with classical and contemporary texts, including
- How we can end it,
- How we support its survivors, and
- How we understand it religiously and spiritually.
- Three dozen side-commentaries by rabbis, activists, and survivors of human trafficking, which offer a diverse array of personal perspectives on the topic.
- Original artwork by trafficking survivors.
- Updates on the Fair Food Program—possibly the most innovative worker-led solution to modern-day slavery.
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Downloadable print-ready versions of each section
|Introduction||Motivational reflection on creating this Haggadah by Rabbi Rachel Kahn-Troster, plus a guide to using it.|
|Kadesh/Ur’chatz||Reflections on human agency and making Ur’chatz feel like a holy ritual.|
|Karpas||A new take on two dippings.|
|Yachatz||Which half of the matzah are you saving for your Afikoman?|
|4 Questions, 4 Children||What’s different tonight — and what isn’t — and what do we wish were different?|
|The Legacy of American Slavery||Taking “In the beginning, our ancestors worshipped idols” as a starting point, explore the history of American slavery up to today through images and text.|
|Tzeh Ul’mad||Modern slavery around the world.|
|Ten Plagues||How many ways does being enslaved affect a person’s life?|
|Dayeinu||What’s this song really about?|
|Rabban Gamliel and “In Every Generation”||What is our obligation today? And what’s this tomato on our seder plate? Incorporates material from T’ruah’s “A Tomato On The Seder Plate” resource.|
|Rachtzah/Motzi Matzah||What partnerships does it take for us to end slavery?|
|Maror||What’s it feel like to be enslaved?|
|Korech||Listening to the voices of survivors as they remake their lives, combining bitter and sweet.|
|Shulchan Orech/ Tzafun/Barech||What’s the hidden world you want to see? Plus a brief text study on the shortest birkat hamazon (after-meal blessing) you can say.|
|Opening the door||Elijah and Miriam, and a new interpretation of Shfoch chamat’cha.|
|Hallel||Songs that sustain activists.|
|Nirtzah||Committing to action — what we can do to end slavery.|
|Appendix||Modern Slavery 101 — your basic facts and figures.|