Over the past year, Jesup Green has been the meeting place for social justice rallies.
Black Lives Matter and Asian American/Pacific Islander rallies have brought hundreds of people — in those groups, and allies — together to denounce hatred and violence.
Last night, over 300 people — of all faiths, and none — gathered to denounce antisemitism.
Rabbis spoke — and so did other religious leaders, politicians and Westporters. Speakers described incidents around the world, and much closer to home.
The message of solidarity with victims of antisemitism, and the desire for peace in Israel and the Middle East, was strong.
A sense of purpose mixed with feelings of sorrow. Once again, a large crowd united against hate realized: There is so much work to be done.