When we left Egypt, Mitzriyim, meaning a narrow place, to explore who we would become in the openness of the desert, we left as a mixed multitude. There was to be one law for all among us, Israelite and Egyptian, tribesman and sojourner. As we continue to observe this holiday, which perhaps more than many, reminds us of what is like to be restricted, back in a narrow space, it is appropriate to think of the immigration issue.
Together Colorado is a non-partisan, multi-racial, multi-faith community organization of clergy from Pueblo to Fort Collins, that has come together to find support around issues of the day. By going to their website, you will find information on immigration and an online card for your congressman. If you are comfortable doing so, sign it. You are being given the contact information. Write in opposition if you are so inclined. It is good for all voices to be heard.
I hope your seders were meaningful. May your doors and hearts be open.
May the rest of the holiday be joyous.