THE ORIGIN OF THE WOMEN'S SEDER
"We worked at writing a new kind of prayer, using the spine of the traditional holidays, to put women between the covers of the Haggadah, the traditional booklet used at Passover to recount the Exodus." (The Women's Haggadah. 1993, 1994 by E.M. Broner)
The Women's Haggadah was excerpted in Ms. magazine in 1977. Over the years, the magazine received hundreds of requests for copies.
Revised thereafter by E.M. Broner,The Women's Haggadah was republished in 1993/1994.
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