Barnard’s Office of DEI and Student Government Association are pleased to host a Black Liberation Seder on Tuesday, March 28, from 5-7:00 p.m. in the James Room, Barnard Hall 4th Floor. The Black Liberation Seder is a pre-Passover Seder exploring the story of Exodus through Black American art, storytelling and activism. Sometimes known as a "Freedom Seder," the first Black Liberation Seder occurred after the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr. when Black and Jewish communities found solidarity through shared histories of oppression. Since then, Black Liberation Seders have become a hallmark of Black American Jewish culture. Join us as we center the experiences of and pay homage to Black and Jewish history and tradition.