by Sarah Blustain

Feminist Seders Become a Tradition

From the initial living room gatherings of the 1970s, feminist seders have grown to a national phenomenon. According to new estimates by Ma’yan: The Jewish Women’s Project of the JCC on the Upper West Side, as many as 18,000-20,000 people—primarily women—are attending women’s and feminist seders each year.

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