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Action Tip 3: Follow It!

Action Tip 3: Follow It!

We know you're busy.  Quickly finding people across faiths who believe in the concept of Tikkun Olam (repairing your corner of the world), especially while we are apart, helps bolster our strength and bring us together. Interfaith groups are located in almost every...

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Action Tip 4: Collect Together

Action Tip 4: Collect Together

COVID-19 impacts us all.  Food insecurity is a major challenge cutting across all cultures and religions - and some of us who used to donate to charities, are now in need of their services. While most of us can't heal the sick, we can help our neighbors from all...

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Action Tip 2: Make an Extra This Shabbat

Action Tip 2: Make an Extra This Shabbat

Some of us are baking more than ever while we are apart. If you are baking challah, make an extra one this Shabbat and give it to a different neighbor of another faith each week (within COVID safety protocols of course). Explain what making and eating challah means to...

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Action Tip #1: Listen to Jews of Color

Action Tip #1: Listen to Jews of Color

At this moment, listening to our fellow Jews of Color helps us see the current crisis through Jewish eyes. Jews of Color are subject to both racism and anti-Semtism, sometimes overtly, sometimes subtly. We want to support Jews of Color in our marches, in our...

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Introducing Weekly Action Tips

Introducing Weekly Action Tips

2 for Seder was created in January of 2019 after one of our founder's Mother-in-Law was murdered at the Tree of Life Synagogue Shooting on October 27, 2018.  Our goal was to fill in a gap of how we fight anti-Semitism - to help us as individuals take direct action...

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One More Tip for Your Virtual Seder: Press Record

One More Tip for Your Virtual Seder: Press Record

This Passover, 2 for Seder did not fight against anti-Semitism and hate as we had intended for the past year.  Instead, we fought back against isolation and the bleakness that it brings.  While our 200 partners in the Jewish professional world were rightly focusing on...

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Invitation Tips

Invitation Tips

Thank you for inviting 2 guests to their first Seder, either in your home or community.  You are giving your guests a unique, first-hand experience about Judaism that gives them a “counterweight” when they hear a cruel stereotype or anti-Semitic joke. This will be a...

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Welcome to 2 for Seder 2020!

Welcome to 2 for Seder 2020!

2 for Seder in 2020 is growing and supporting more Seders than ever! Learn about what’s new and how we are working with you to fight anti-Semitism and build bridges to our neighbors.

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Thank You Dr. King

Thank You Dr. King

This week 2 for Seder honors Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and all the folks who supported his efforts to make this country a fairer, better place. Most minorities in America before 1964 were fiercely prejudiced against.  African-Americans, Asian-Americans,...

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Action Tip 5: Take a Leap of Food

This week's Tip is to Take a Leap of Faith and Food - and an unexpected journey/awakening.

Read more on our blog: 2forseder.org/action-tip-5-take-a-leap-of-food/

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This week's Action Tip speaks to the ongoing rise in COVID cases and how we continue to help our neighbors with food insecurity. Read it on our blog here: 2forseder.org/action-tip-4-collect-together/

Thank you to 2 for Seder Board Member Cindy Goodman-Leib for her help in creating this Tip.

If you have an idea for an Action Tip, this is a great way to volunteer from home! Reach out to us at info@2forSeder.org

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