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A Multiplex Seder for Our Times: Stories of Liberation
Date Friday April 22
Time 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
Location Details
Parklet at 903 Cortland Avenue
San Francisco, California
Event Type Party/Street Party
Organizer/AuthorDavid Giesen
History as the story of universal progress from oppression to liberty began, according to the story, about 3,200 years ago.

Come join in a community Seder retelling the historic story of emancipation for many strands of humanity, and a Seder pointing the way to a comprehensive, practical Promised Land for all people.

Seder is the evening supper celebrating Passover, that quasi-historic, certainly legendary story of Moses leading the Hebrew people out of slavery in ancient Egypt, and on their way to the land of Canaan. It's a moving story of humanity's dignity and just desserts in occupying a secure geography.

At this Multi-plex Seder of Our Times, participants will pick up a script (Haggadah) of their choice and participate in a parallel interactive supper retelling of

the emancipation of African-Americans, featuring Sojourner Truth as Moses, and "forty acres and a mule" as the Promised Land; or

the emancipation of the Irish from English colonialism 1845-1851, featuring Dr. Nulty, Bishop of Meath, as Moses, and The Irish Land League as the Promised Land; or

the emancipation of the evicted, displaced, and homeless of San Francisco, featuring Henry George as Moses, and the land values of San Francisco as the Promised Land; or

the emancipation of 19th century care-worn, indigent Chinese emigrants, featuring Sun-yat Sen as Moses, and Hong Kong under renewed Chinese rule as the Promised Land; or

the emancipation of Mexican "illegals", featuring Lazaro Cardenas as Moses, and anti-latifundia as the Promised Land; or

the emancipation of Palestinians, featuring an as yet unidentified figure as Moses, with Palestine as the Promised Land; or

the classic tale of the emancipation of the Hebrews from slavery in Egypt, featuring Moses as Moses, and Israel as the Promised Land.
Added to the calendar on Friday Apr 8th, 2016 10:13 PM

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