Jewish community in CT to march in NYC against hate

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A local Jewish community is coming together for a solidarity march this Sunday against the recent outbreaks of hate across the tri-state region.

"No Hate, No Fear" is the message of Sunday's march in New York City in response to recent incidents in Monsey, Brooklyn and Jersey City.

Tens of thousands are expected to march across the Brooklyn Bridge to Columbus Park.

People of every background are invited to join this movement.

Pam Ehrenkranz is the CEO of UJA-JCC Greenwich, and says she got an invitation from the New York Federation to participate Sunday.

"I think we're not only standing up to fight anti-Semitism, we're standing up to fight all kids of hate and that is something everybody should be doing," says Ehrenkranz.

Busloads of people will be leaving from there on Sunday at about 9 a.m. from temples and synagogues in Greenwich and around the state.

News 12 Connecticut will be covering the March in New York.

 

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