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In 2014, after attending a Jewish Seder, A.W. Hampton, a resident of Montgomery, Alabama felt the desire to bring a condensed, unified history to African-Americans that can be easily shared in one sitting over a “soul food” meal. She created the seder as a way to keep the legacy of her forefathers and mothers strong and to pass on to the youth. She also sees the importance of creating a table to invite others to, to gain the same understanding and appreciation for the African-American community as a people, that she gained towards the Jewish experience by having the opportunity to participate at their table.

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