Fighting Hate in Our Communities – No Hate in the Lone Star State
On Monday, Nov. 1, Interfaith Action Central Texas (iACT) and hundreds of local government and Jewish community leaders to publicly released a statement of unity against anti-Semitism and in support of the Austin Jewish community.
Along with the statement, the iACT, Shalom Austin and ADL Austin launched a national social media campaign, No Hate in the Lone Star State and ask that all supporters, allies and partners share this message of solidarity on social media.
Shalom Austin is grateful for the constant support and dedication of iACT, the Anti-Defamation League, local law enforcement, our Jewish community partners and community members like you.
For more information and the signatories, visit https://shalomaustin.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/No-Hate-in-the-Lone-Star-State-IACT-Signatories.pdf
Photos credit: Dave Hawks
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