United Against Antisemitism and Hate

January 31, 2022 @ 6:00 pm
Roberta S. Clark
The Atlantic City NAACP is asking members of the community to attend this important virtual program to stand in unity with our local Jewish community as well as Jewish communities around the world in response to the recent antisemitic incident at Congregation Beth Israel in Colleyville, TX, as well as the significant increase in anti-Semitic incidents around the country. The NAACP believes we should work together to stand up and speak up whenever others are being targeted with hate. The program will be livestreamed on the NAACP YouTube page.
Speakers confirmed to date include Acting Attorney General of New Jersey Andrew Bruck; Roberta S. Clark, Executive Director, Jewish Federation of Atlantic & Cape May Counties; Reverend Odigna Maddox, Vice President, Fellowship of Churches; Cantor Jacqueline Menaker, Reform Spiritual Leader, Shirat Hayam; Imam Amin Muhammad, Masjid Muhammad of Atlantic City; Robin Burstein, Deputy Director, Anti-Defamation League/Philadelphia; State Senator Vince Polistina; Commissioner Caren Fitzpatrick; and Kaleem Shabazz, President, Atlantic City NAACP.
The Atlantic City NAACP thanks the following supporting organizations (to date) include the Anti-Defamation League/Philadelphia, Bridge of Faith, Coalition for a Safe Community, Fellowship of Churches of Southern Jersey, Masjid Muhammad of Atlantic City, Jewish Federation of Atlantic & Cape May Counties, and The Sara & Sam Schoffer Holocaust Resource Center at Stockton University.