Each spring, the Labor Seder brings together the Jewish, activist, labor, and nonprofit communities to celebrate the freedom story of the Exodus by connecting it to present-day labor and social justice struggles in our region.
This year’s seder will highlight the crucial need for Paid Sick Days for all workers in our city and region. No one should have to choose between their health and their job. Parents should be able to care for a sick child without endangering their families’ economic well-being
The seder will feature singing, discussion, food and action. We’ll hear the stories of workers who lack paid sick days and responsible business owners who provide paid sick leave, read from an original haggadah, and take action to support workers’ rights.
Questions? Contact Sarah Brammer-Shlay, 202-408-1423 or firstname.lastname@example.org