Natalie Portman's Directorial Debut & Paper Towns' Nat WolffBy Gerri Miller
See how Portman is making her big splash in Israel and don't miss Paper Towns with Nat WolffGo To Pop Culture
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Today, we can enhance our seders with puppets and plays, toy plagues to throw at each other, poetry and songs of freedom. For a look at hundreds of creative crafts projects families have used to entertain and teach their kids, and make the seder more fun, see here. People use the format of the seder to celebrate themes of freedom and justice, and the connection of the Jewish historical experience with those of other people. There are Black-Jewish seders that share the history of slavery. There are Israeli-Palestinian seders that share the pain of occupation and violence, give voice to the fears and sufferings of both sides, and work to foster peace. And there are rainbow seders for all kinds of inclusive learning and community.
The Guide to Passover for Interfaith Families is also available in PDF