We are all concerned about the rise in Anti-Semitic attacks in our area. We know how important it is to stand together at times like this.
Rabbi Arnowitz is planning on attending the Solidarity March on Sunday, January 5, 2020 (see below). He will be traveling on the 9:25am Metro North train from Mamaroneck Station. Anyone interested in joining him should gather at 9:15am at the glass enclosure on the New York-bound side of the train station. If you will be traveling separately please let Rabbi Arnowitz know to look for you by emailing RJA@wjcenter.org.
In light of the ongoing and persistent attacks against our community, it’s time for us to come together and demonstrate our collective resolve.
To that end, together with JCRC-NY as well as ADL-NY, AJC-NY, and the New York Board of Rabbis, we’re organizing a solidarity march this coming Sunday, January 5th, under the banner “No Hate. No Fear.” We will be calling on New Yorkers of all backgrounds to join us. And we very much hope that you will participate and encourage your constituents to march with you as a delegation.
Please gather at 11:00 am at Foley Square in Lower Manhattan for a march across the Brooklyn Bridge, followed by a rally in Columbus Park (near Cadman Plaza).
Foley Square is about an 8-minute walk from the Chambers Street subway station (the 1, 2 and 3 trains all stop at Chambers Street). Click here
for a map and walking directions from the Chambers Street Station to Foley Square.
Calling all New Yorkers of goodwill: Join us in Foley Square this Sunday as we say no to hate and fear. Enough is enough. #StandTogether #JewishAndProud
Many thanks in advance for all of your help here. Your support is vital to making our voices heard across New York.
Best wishes for a peaceful and happy new year.