MAZON collaborates with diverse stakeholders to showcase what’s possible: a country built on compassion, mutual support, and meaningful opportunity. By reflecting on the world as it is, we create a vision of what it could be — one where those in need are supported, the powerful are held to account, and hunger is a distant memory.
We are proud to feature short video reflections from MAZON's clergy partners — reflecting on Passover, the Seder, and the Exodus story with an anti-hunger lens. Please consider using these reflections during your virtual seder to inspire others to join our fight to end hunger.
Rabbi Joel Pitkowsky, On Looking Ahead At Better Times
Cantor Lisa Doob, On Matzah
Rabbi Howard Jaffe, On Ha Lachma Anya
Rabbi Jay Kornsgold, On Karpas
Rabbi Lydia Medwin, On Questioning
Rabbi Peter Rigler, On Elijah’s Cup
Rabbi Brigitte Rosenberg, On Elijah
Rabbi Michael Rothbaum, On Urchatz
Rabbis Feivel and Sydni Rubenstein, Dayeinu
Rabbi Victor Urecki, On Plague of Darkness
Rabbi Elyse Wechterman, Let All Who Are Hungry Come and Eat
Thank you to our clergy partners for sharing their wise Passover reflections: Rabbi Joel Pitkowsky (Teaneck, NJ), Cantor Lisa Doob (Lexington, MA), Rabbi Howard Jaffe (Lexington, MA), Rabbi Jay Kornsgold (East Windsor, NJ), Rabbi Lydia Medwin (Atlanta, GA), Rabbi Peter Rigler (Broomall, PA), Rabbi Brigitte Rosenberg (St. Louis, MO), Rabbi Michael Rothbaum (Acton, MA), Rabbis Feivel and Sydni Rubenstein (Shreveport, LA), Rabbi Victor Urecki (Charleston, WV), and Rabbi Elyse Wechterman (Wyncote, PA).