NYC: After Exodus – The JAtO Seder

Where: Judson Memorial Church
55 Washington Square South, New York, NY

When: Sunday, April 27, 5:30PM


Jews Against the Occupation NYC invites you to After Exodus, our last night of Passover Seder! Good food, thought-provoking conversation, engaging Jewish ritual, and more!

During the 8 days of Passover
we tell a story of liberation
as though we had lived through it ourselves.
But what happens after Exodus?

Join us to honor Jewish tradition by working for justice and peace in Israel/Palestine. As we grapple with the realities of occupation and violence in Israel/Palestine, let us truly live the lessons of Passover.

Sunday, April 27, 2008 — 5:30pm
Judson Memorial Church
55 Washington Square South (between Thompson and Sullivan)
Wheelchair-accessible entrance at corner of Wash. Sq. S & Thompson
A/C/E/F to W.4th St., R to 8th St., or 1 to Christopher St.

POTLUCK! Please bring a dish or some wine (preferably Kosher and not made in Israel) to share. RSVP with what you’re bringing, so we can plan accordingly.

NOTE: If you’re bringing snacks, they should be Kosher for Passover, but dishes for dinner needn’t be, since the sun will have set by the time we eat.

CHILDCARE AVAILABLE: If you are interested in childcare, please email

Hope to see you there.

Jews Against the Occupation



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