Rally against anti-Semitism draws blockbuster crowd

As many as 25,000 Jews and allies walked across the Brooklyn Bridge and listened to speakers at a rally against anti-Semitism that drew participants from the breadth of American Jewry, including the Hasidic communities that have been the most recent targets of violence.

Carolyn Maloney posted: “Estimates are that there are twenty-five thousand people here, marching in solidarity against anti-Semitism and hate. This is the #NYC we know and love. #HateHasNoHomeHere #NoHateNoFear #NoHate

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