Re-reading Exodus for 2023 continues with a look at Who Are We? in the Exodus and Passover story.
Tag Archives: Passover
Self, Possessions, Community: Isn’t It Time? Episode 1
thoughts about community, what happens if we separate ourselves from our community or communities — or from our government — and what are our obligations to the infrastructure around us.
Isn’t It Time?
Isn’t It Time? can be explored as Passover prep, or for any season; on its own or as supplement to Rereading Exodus along the Anacostia.
Join in Rereading Exodus Along the Anacostia
This Spring, Charnice Milton Community Bookstore and We Act Radio are launching reading and conversation with the aim of understanding the workings of oppression and our part in them.
This installment continues exploring the idea raised by considering the Afikoman in the Passover seder. What or who is hidden from us, and so preventing joint liberation? Why? and how can we address that lack of inclusion? This installment comes with an assignment: begin every day a new discipline of looking for the hidden… inContinue reading “(#26) Hidden”
(#25) MIDPOINT: Urgency and Pause
Explore DC’s “Reopen DC” plans and advisory council to see what and who is left out of view — can we insist on inclusion, as with the Afikoman at the close of a seder?
The Counting Begins
We cannot act effectively if we feel ill-equipped, overwhelmed, hopeless, and isolated. Combat “Blursday syndrome” by counting our days of learning.
Daily Notes: Another Day in Oppression and Resistance
brief comments on the Book of Exodus and how it relates to current realities.
Conversations on Exodus, Life in DC and Beyond
a new way, for your host at least, of approaching text and life
Rereading Exodus: the Text Version
This is an invitation — to Jews, non-Jews, Bible readers and not — to explore some ideas about liberation…