Find the afikoman and negotiate its return.
The afikoman is the last thing eaten at the seder. It is the matzah we’ve broken
apart, hidden, and will now bring back together to eat as a whole.
The afikomen represents reuniting the 12 tribes of Israel, reuniting the different
parts of Judaism today. It’s a reminder to resist treating Judaism as a homogenous
whole: our community is comprised of immigrant Jews, queer Jews, Jews of color,
secular Jews, and every other Jewish identity.

haggadah Section: Tzafun
Source: A Haggadah of Our Own