Seder in the Streets for Housing Justice

Passover is a celebration of liberation, a time where we can glimpse a hopeful and actionable future. Just as the righteous midwives of Exodus were rewarded by having homes established for them (Exodus 1:21), we seek to birth a new vision of New York City, one whose municipal budget ensures communal flourishing and the ability to create a home for every New Yorker.

Join with Tirdof: New York Jewish Clergy for Justice and our neighbors as we gather in Tompkins Square Park to share a pre-holiday celebratory meal and seder ritual, as we envision a city with housing justice at its core: "Next Year in a New York City for All of Us!" We will gather at Southwest corner of Tompkins Square Park, East 7th Street & Avenue A, by the chess tables.

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Tirdof is a project of Jews For Racial & Economic Justice (JFREJ Community) and T’ruah: The Rabbinic Call for Human Rights.