Want to stir things up at your family seder? Not ready to launch a full scale occupation of the living room? Read on……..
Jvoices.org put up a great post a couple of years ago which listed a whole load of lefty, critical Haggadahs that you could download and print out if you wanted to take direct action against your family’s usual humdrum seder night. In the interests of encouraging such actions, we’re reposting their list here, with a couple of additions.
HAGGADAHS (listed alphabetically by name)
After Exodus: Living the Lessons of Passover by Jews Against the Occupation
The Anonymous Hagaddah – A Synthesis of the Passover Ritual and Liturgy with the Twelve Steps of Recovery by JACS, Jewish Alcoholics, Chemically Dependent Persons, and Significant Others.
Four More Questions for Pesach from Jewish Voice for Peace
Hyper-Secular, No-God, No-Haggadah Seder by Dena Marger & Daniel Lang/Levitsky
In Search of Freedom: Exploring Common Ground Passover Haggadah by the Milwaukee Area Jewish Committee’s African-American-Jewish Task Force
Love & Justice in Times of War Haggadah by Micah Bizant & Dara Silverman
Also check out the Original 1969 Freedom Seder text online!
On the Road to Freedom Haggadah remixed by Joseph Gindi and Emilia Diament from a number of the other haggadahs listed here.
INSERTS & SUPPLEMENTS: (Listed Alphabetically by Organization)
Planter’s High Hat Peanut Oil’s ’46 Ways to a Better Passover’ (narrated by an anthropomorphised Peanut. In a top hat.)
Manischewitz’ Pesach Cookbook (circa. 1944!)
Many thanks to Cole Krawitz @ jvoices!