‘We stand up for our neighbors’: Thousands march against anti-Semitism in New York City

Thousands gathered in New York City to protest the rise in anti-Semitism the region has seen over the past several months.

Several prominent New Yorkers, including Rep. Hakeem Jeffries, Sen. Chuck Schumer, and Mayor Bill de Blasio, joined the Sunday march against anti-Semitism. The group marched across the Brooklyn Bridge to honor those who have fallen victim to hate crimes.

“I am proud to march with people of all faiths in New York today to say in a united voice: No Hate. No Fear,” Schumer wrote. “We will not stand for anti-Semitism, bigotry, and hatred.”

De Blasio added, “Anti-Semitism is
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