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On November 14, over 290,000 Jewish and non-Jewish Americans came together in solidarity to demonstrate their commitment to Israel, to condemn the rising trend of antisemitic violence and harassment, and to demand that every hostage be immediately and safely released. Over 250,000 watched online. 

Among those who attended in person were over 2,500 local community members, who traveled on 39 Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia buses.

This program was organized by the Jewish Federations of North America and the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations.


Over 2,500 Greater Philadelphians traveled on Jewish Federation buses to Washington D.C. for the The Jewish Federations of North America’s March for Israel.


53333302017_de88323acb_oThe Greater Philadelphia community showed up to support Israel at the National Mall in Washington, D.C.


53334523944_5b704b1ed8_oCrowds of people gathered to hear from relatives of hostages, bipartisan leaders, college students, allies, entertainers, influencers and many others.



Over 290,000 people marched for Israel and against antisemitism, making it the largest Jewish gathering in the United States of America's history. 


53334412403_92fa174c9d_o (1)Some of the Jewish Federation's professionals and lay leaders standing against terrorism and antisemitism.


Learn what the Jewish Federation is doing to support the people of Israel by clicking here and to combat antisemitism by clicking here. Want to know how you can advocate for the Jewish people? Click here.