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***All proceeds will benefit ConPRmetidos to support hurricane relief in Puerto Rico***


Join us for the 8th annual Harvard Law School Freedom Seder! A Seder is the traditional meal eaten by Jews during the holiday of Passover, and is a meal involving story telling and communal introspection. The Freedom Seder was originally held in 1969 on the first anniversary of the death of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Together, African­ Americans and Jews organized the Freedom Seder 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. Many affinity groups will share their thoughts on this year's theme, "Rooting and Uprooting," and professors and students will converse in smaller, intimate table discussions. We aim to celebrate the victories of the Civil Rights era and inspire continued work for social change.

This year, APALSA, MLSA, NALSA, and Alianza join in co-hosting the Freedom Seder with JLSA and BLSA. Tickets for the Seder--a three-course meal including the traditional four cups of wine--*will* sell out, so don't wait to RSVP!

Thanks to this year's sponsors: DOS Grant Fund, Harvard Hillel, Latham & Watkins LLP, and Jenner & Block.

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