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Minh Ngo Jan 5
Coming together & showing up for one another EVERYDAY is how we win! Today, an estimated 25,000 marched across the Brooklyn Bridge in solidarity with the Jewish community following recent anti-Semitic attacks in the area. " our Jewish families are welcome here!"
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Barbara Malmet Jan 11
The power of activism. When you show you care. all are welcome here. 20 thousand people in the street crossing the Brooklyn Bridge last Sunday showing solidarity in the face of anti-Jewish attacks.
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Peter Fox Jan 6
This is what 25,000 people marching for Jewish pride and dignity looks like.
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StopAntisemitism.org Jan 9
65 year old Sarah Halimi was beaten for FORTY minutes. Then thrown out a window and killed. Her murderer, Kobili Traoré, is now set to go free because he was "high" and not liable for his actions! More here:
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Eliza Orlins Jan 5
Today, I marched with 20,000+ to combat . The outpouring of support from so many fellow Jews & our allies on a cold, windy Sunday in January was incredible. We all marched in solidarity. We can and we must drive out hate.
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Rep. Heather Edelson Jan 7
A remarkable night of a community coming together to stand with the Jewish people against hate. I am honored to be a part of this community and value the leaders and community members from both parties that made time to join us tonight.
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Jake K. Turx Jan 5
The rally against anti-Semitism had everything... except for a presence of Orthodox Jews. Is anybody asking why the same Jews who are being beaten in the streets are now made to feel marginalized at a rally that's supposedly in recognition of their suffering??
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Hananya Naftali Jan 5
NEW YORK CITY: 25,000 people marched today against rise in Antisemitism and in support of the Jewish people. ❤️ This is a strong message to anti-Semites: We are not afraid of you.
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Mark Dubowitz Jan 5
This beautiful speech by ⁦⁩ made me tear up. I don’t tear up easily. Am Yisrael Chai.
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Peterson N. Jan 9
History will remember. When they said yes. The community embraced the cold and gathered together to and stand for
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Hen Mazzig Jan 5
“I am a Jew because Jews are of every color and class and politics and language. And I am a Jew because hatred of us has no color or class or politics or language.” - 👏
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James Martin, SJ Jan 5
Why should Catholics stand with our Jewish brothers and sisters? Countless reasons. They are our elders in the faith. The persecution against them stems in large part from centuries of Christian Anti-Semitism. Anti-Semitism is a sin. Jesus was a Jew.
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Naomi Dann Jan 6
This really happened at the march yesterday: Two Jewish men, agitated by our signs which opposed antisemitism *and* racism, spewed antisemitic Fox News talking points at us singling out Jewish members of the NY congressional delegation.
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Rep. Ilhan Omar Jan 7
Solidarity with and the entire Minnesota Jewish community. Together we will confront the rise in hate and violence.
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Eliot Engel Jan 5
I am proud to say the , , and all of was well represented at the rally this morning. Today we made it clear to the world: New Yorkers always against anti-Semitism, hatred and bigotry.
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Naomi Dann Jan 5
Some pics of the Jewish leftists who brought their full selves to the march today, despite disagreements with many of the speakers. We know our safety lies in solidarity. The better world we are fighting for includes all of you.
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City of New York Jan 5
True tonight. True every night.
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Hananya Naftali Jan 6
I am proud to be Jewish -- anti-Semites don't scare me. ✡️
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Indivisible NationBK Jan 9
It’s freezing out but we’re out in Foley Square w/ a thousand plus New Yorkers to say ! cc
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Grace Meng Jan 6
I proudly stood arm in arm with NY's Jewish community to denounce anti-Semitism & hate. But words & condemnations are just the beginning. We need to take action, using every tool available, to make it clear hate crimes will never be tolerated
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