14th Annual Labor Seder, March 25, 2014

March 25, 2014 Boston $54.00 0

Registration also by email or phone: newenglandjlc@jewishlabor.org or 617 227-0888

Honoring: Joanne Goldstein, Former Secretary of Labor and Workforce Development

The Jewish tradition obligates us to relive the Exodus and liberation story of Passover in every generation. The Labor Seder is a unique interfaith opportunity through which labor and Jewish community leaders and activists continue to build bridges. We celebrate the Passover holiday and the struggles of workers, drawing parallels between the liberation of Jews from slavery in ancient Egypt and current issues facing workers and labor organizations.

Over the years, the Labor Seder has become an event where elected officials, Jewish community leaders, union representatives, workers, students, educators and clergy from all faiths meet and learn from one another in an effort to recommit ourselves to issues that affect workers, Jews and non-Jews alike.
Honoring: Joanne Goldstein, Former Secretary of Labor and Workforce Development
And recognizing:
Massachusetts proposed Domestic Workers Bill of Rights legislation
Workers of the Doubletree Hotel in Cambridge, UNITE HERE Local 26
Building Pathways Pre-Apprenticeship Program
 
Gold Co-Sponsors: Unite Here Local 26, Massachusetts Teachers Association and IBEW 103 
Co-sponsored by Moishe/Kavod House, Jewish Alliance for Law and Social Action, Boston JCRC, and Boston Workmen’s Circle

We hope that you will join us at the table to learn more about current worker struggles right here in Greater Boston, find ways to get involved in meaningful campaigns for social justice, and rejoice with us in the ancient and joyful holiday of Passover.

 
Please note that this location is wheelchair accessible and Kosher. Temple Israel is a few blocks from Longwood T Station. Parking is available adjacent to Temple Israel at 375 Longwood for $7 for the evening.

Suggested Low-Income: $18.00
All are welcome, regardless of donation

Event Location: Temple Israel of Boston
477 Longwood Avenue, Boston, MA, Boston, 02215

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Fact Sheet
When
Tuesday, March 25, 2014, 6:00 pm - 9:30 pm
Where
Temple Israel
477 Longwood Avenue
Boston, MA 02215
Price
$54.00 General Admission

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