Jewish folks around the world will begin a weeklong celebration of deliverance from enslavement at sundown on April 19th.
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Passover Begins April 19th
According to Judaism, Passover is a celebration of the deliverance of the ancient Hebrews from enslavement by the Egyptians. It is a time to honor freedom fighters like the sibling trio of heroes Miriam, Moses, and Aaron. Is is also a time to remember those who died in this struggle for freedom, both Isrealite and - in more recent times - Egyptian.
If you are observing this ancient struggle for freedom, consider using fair trade ingredients and recipes. Your Passover Seder can honor deliverance from oppression in multiple ways! Click the button above for some ideas. If you're not celebrating you can still explore End Slavery Now's Pinterest page for inspiration!
Forms of Abolition:
Forms of Slavery:
Forced Labor, Child Labor, Bonded Labor
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