What is a Freedom Seder?
A Seder (Hebrew for "order") is a ceremonial meal that occurs in a set order. Each part of the meal helps us to remember the awfulness of slavery and to appreciate the nature of freedom. It is especially important to share the Seder with children. The Freedom Seder is inspired by a 3000 year-old Jewish ceremony to commemorate freedom from Egyptian slavery. The Freedom Seder expands on the Jewish tradition. More diverse aspects of freedom are contemplated.
Freedom Seders are celebrated by Terasem on March 10th of each year, following a solar year calendar.
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