It is a beautiful celebration of liberty and so many traditions that help retrace the history of freedom from slavery of the Jewish people. But more than anything else, it is a celebration of life and enjoying culture and faith with your family and friends. What I truly enjoyed about the experience was sitting at a table of mainly non-Jews who were celebrating the Seder traditions for the very first time and understanding the symbolism behind each step. The members of the AJC Latina American committee were spread throughout the tables and were great ambassadors welcoming so many guests to their celebration.
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One part of the program is dedicated to the many who have fought against oppression, racism and slavery including Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and a special prayer was said for those who continue to fight the hardships of persecution.