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Social Justice Seder

About the Seder​

The JCRC Social Justice Seder was started as a way to bridge the Jewish and general communities in greater Nashville. The idea for a social justice seder was brought to Nashville by the late activist Avi Poster, and is presented each year to strengthen, broaden, and deepen our partnership and relationship with people and organizations devoted to the work of social justice, promoting the values of justice, kindness, compassion, inclusion, and respect for the way diversity makes us stronger together. Each year, we host over 300 guests from several different local groups around Nashville. These groups include Vanderbilt University, University School of Nashville, Community Foundation, Nashville Public Television, Metro Council, Islamic Center of Nashville, YWCA, Habitat for Humanity, Metro Nashville Schools, and Metro Nashville Police Department. 

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