Seder Celebrates 100th Year Of Jewish Civil Rights Group : News Photo

Seder Celebrates 100th Year Of Jewish Civil Rights Group

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DORCHESTER, MA - MARCH 3: Hadass Novick, 8, of Framingham, a student at MetroWest Jewish Day School, plucked a piece of parsley to dip into salt water to symbolize the tears shed by the Jews during their years of enslavement. The Anti-Defamation League celebrated its centennial year with a community Passover Seder with the theme 'A Nation of Immigrants' at the UMass Boston campus on Sunday afternoon, March 3, 2013. Hundreds of people of various ethnic groups and faiths gathered to celebrate their unique journeys to this country. Mayor Thomas Menino gave opening remarks. The Seder was led by Rabbi and US Army Chaplain Laurence Bazer of Temple Beth Sholom in Framingham. (Photo by Dina Rudick/The Boston Globe via Getty Images)
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DORCHESTER, MA - MARCH 3: Hadass Novick, 8, of Framingham, a student at MetroWest Jewish Day School, plucked a piece of parsley to dip into salt water to symbolize the tears shed by the Jews during their years of enslavement. The Anti-Defamation League celebrated its centennial year with a community Passover Seder with the theme 'A Nation of Immigrants' at the UMass Boston campus on Sunday afternoon, March 3, 2013. Hundreds of people of various ethnic groups and faiths gathered to celebrate their unique journeys to this country. Mayor Thomas Menino gave opening remarks. The Seder was led by Rabbi and US Army Chaplain Laurence Bazer of Temple Beth Sholom in Framingham. (Photo by Dina Rudick/The Boston Globe via Getty Images)
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