8th Annual Freedom Seder: “Rooting and Uprooting”
Monday, March 26, 7:00-9:00 PM, Milstein East
The Freedom Seder was originally held in 1969 after the death of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. African Americans and Jews came together to celebrate the freedoms we have achieved and to reflect on the important social justice work that remains unfinished. This year’s Freedom Seder will be an opportunity for such celebration and reflection. Student affinity groups will reflect on this year’s theme, “Rooting and Uprooting,” and professors and students will converse in smaller, intimate table discussions.
Tickets for the Seder–a three-course meal including the traditional four cups of wine–will sell out, so don’t wait! Tickets are available here.
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Thank you to this year’s generous sponsors: DOS Grant Fund, Harvard Hillel, Latham & Watkins LLP, and Jenner & Block.