What was the Women's Seder?
It was a seder that took place in two places: on West End Avenue in Manhattan and on Derech HaYam, Path of the Sea, in Haifa.
It was a gathering of women.
It was an original seder conceived by E.M. Broner with Naomi Nimrod,
who linked Passover to women's "right to holiday."
It was a tribute to Miriam and to her legacy.
It was a naming of female designations of holiness and righteous women and female questions.