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June 30: Reform Jews March to Demand #FamiliesBelongTogether!


In cities across the U.S. this Saturday, Reform Jews are joining the hundreds of thousands taking to the streets to demand that the Trump administration end its zero-tolerance policy and reunite every child taken from their parents at our border. 


March with Reform Jews at the June 30 Families Belong Together Rally in DC - RSVP ONLINE!

  • Meet us in Franklin Square, on the corner of 14th and I St NW at 10:00 am
  • We'll hand out signs and buttons, and then march together to Lafayette Park for the Families Belong Together Rally.
  • If you are coordinating a bus for your congregation or community, please contact Emery Durnan (EDurnan@rac.org) for logistical information.
  • Rally organizers are encouraging everyone to wear white to make a visual statement of love and solidarity.


Interested in attending a Shabbat service at an area Reform congregation on Friday evening or early Saturday? 

Friday evening services:

Saturday morning services:

Represent the Reform Jewish Movement at a Families Belong Together Rally in Your City

  1. Use this tool to find the rally nearest to you.
  2. Let us know where you're marching so we can count you as part of the full force of the Reform Movement in this urgent moment!
  3. Tag the RAC (Facebook/Twitter: @theRAC, Instagram: @theRACgram) in your posts about the rally so we can amplify our Movement-wide advocacy for immigrant justice. 
  4. Check out the resources below for incorporating Jewish values and teachings into your rally.

March with the Jewish Community at the End Family Separation Rally NYC 

From our friends at the Manhattan JCC:

"Meet at 9:30 am on the south side of Collect Pond Park (Leonard Street between Centre and Lafayette Streets). The nearest subway stop is the 1 train at Franklin Street. We will march as one Jewish contingent - the lead banner will say “Jewish Communities Standing For Justice” with no organizational identification. All organizations/institutions marching behind our shared banner are encouraged to bring your own signs, banners etc. For those Brooklyn-based synagogues who can participate later in the morning after services: please look for the contingent as we exit the bridge and enter Cadman Plaza. Questions? Contact Larry Moskowitz."

Resources for #FamiliesBelongTogether Rallies & Advocacy: