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Fresh Updates from RACBlog: Human Trafficking

Fresh Updates from RACBlog: Human Trafficking

The Other March Madness
Posted on Friday March 27, 2015

Whether you observe Passover according to the strict rules of Jewish law, or you attend one family Seder, or whether your Passover observance is watching The Prince of Egypt, or whatever traditions, practices or customs you find meaningful, the weeks leading up to Passover (April 3-11, 2015) feel like a Jewish March Madness. Between planning […]

Passover Reminds Us: We Too Were Strangers
Posted on Tuesday March 24, 2015

As we approach the holiday of Passover, I’m starting to think of the commandment in the Haggadah: “in each generation, each person is obligated to see himself or herself [lirot et atzmo] as though he or she personally came forth from Egypt.” The commandment has always stuck with me as a call for empathy with […]

This Passover, Seeking Justice for Victims of Modern-Day Slavery
Posted on Tuesday March 24, 2015

As we prepare to celebrate Passover in only a few weeks, we know that celebrating Passover connects us as Jews – to our families, to our communities and the broader Jewish people. Passover also unites us with humanity. Many people across our country and our world have experienced oppression and persecution. Although we were once […]

Remembering that Slavery is Not Just an Injustice of the Past
Posted on Thursday January 22, 2015

Too often, we conceive of slavery as problem of the past, a moral lapse that has been corrected. The truth is, however, that more people are enslaved today than were enslaved at any other point in world history. The International Labor Organization, an agency of the United Nations, estimates that 21 million people across the […]

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