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Share your story of how this Seder was different

In every generation, we tell the same story, sing the same songs, eat the same ritual foods. But this year, we did it while sheltering in place, with our small family units or by ourselves. Many of us connected to far-flung relatives and friends by Zoom or some other platform, or dialed into a public event. Maybe some chose to put away the haggadah and stream Prince of Egypt instead.

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Whatever you did, you’re probably going to remember it — and a lot of other things about this pandemic — for a long time. We’d love to share your experience and reflections with other readers. Please answer the questions here — and send a snapshot from your seder-in-the-time-of-coronavirus to [email protected].

Chag sameach!



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