I want to preface our Maggid by saying we will be telling the same story in three different ways: a scholarly view highlighting women in the Exodus, written in part by RBG; a rap song from Pharoah's eyes; and a yoga-based physical experience of the story. Each is relatively brief, but by including these different perspectives, my hope is that there will be a part of one of these tellings that you can connect with and find meaning and memory in.
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