Good Friday/Easter & Passover Reflections

For those celebrating, we wish you and yours the most meaningful of holidays this weekend, whether it is the conclusion of Holy Week and Easter, or the start of Passover.

As justice workers, both Scott and I find significance to our work in our faith practices. We wanted to share reflections that each of us has published. If you like what you read, please share them with others. Links are within the following sample social media posts, or you can find and share them on our Facebook or Twitter pages.

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Christ’s execution by Government is a story we remember this weekend. The story of death & resurrection is as alive today as it was over 2,000 years ago. We hold vigil to the hope that this resurrection promises. #Easter https://medium.com/@deathpenaltyaction/a-christian-abolitionists-perspective-on-good-friday-and-easter-ce22548492ee @Medium @DeathPenaltyAct

In its essence, Passover is about justice. It’s about remembering what happened to us, and making sure that we do what we can to make sure such things don’t happen to others. Chag Sameach. https://medium.com/@deathpenaltyaction/passover-justice-the-death-penalty-ff1fb718839d @Medium @DeathPenaltyAct

We wish you a restful weekend. Thank you for being a part of Death Penalty Action.

— Scott & Abe

www.DeathPenaltyAction.org

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