As we head into the season of Passover, there are a multitude of opportunities for deep reflection and contemplation. The story of the Exodus of the Jewish people from slavery in Egypt frequently focuses on the heroism and leadership of men like Moses. While the actions of Moses and other men in this story were undoubtedly valiant, the heroic and visionary women of Passover are often left out of the Exodus story. This week, Welton sits down with Rabbi Lauren Holtzblatt about the need for a feminist reading of the Passover Story, and her collaboration with Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg to highlight the women often left in the dark in the Passover Story.

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