By Beth Singer/JWeekly
Passover and the California ethnic studies curriculum
This piece was originally published in the J. of Northern California. With Passover just around the corner, beginning on March 27, Jews around the world are preparing to participate in a ritual retelling both of our suffering as an oppressed people and of our miraculous redemption from the suffering of Mitzrayim, Hebrew for ancient Egypt….
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