What is happening: Under Jeremy Corbyn, the Labour Party has become a safe haven for racists. He is at home amongst them, having spent his political career seeking out and giving succour to Holocaust deniers, genocidal antisemitic terrorist groups and a litany of Jew-haters.
What is being called for: Labour must lead by example and show that Jeremy Corbyn is bound by the same rules as leader as he was as a backbencher, by investigating the disciplinary complaint we have filed against him for bringing the Party into disrepute. Labour must hold Jeremy Corbyn to account.
When: This Sunday, 8th April, at 2pm, Jews and non-Jews alike will converge on London from all over Britain to stand up for our Jewish community and drive home to Labour that they must finally deliver on their broken promise: zero tolerance for antisemitism. Join us!
Where: We will meet in central London. The exact location will be sent by e-mail to everyone on our mailing list or who has signed up at antisemitism.uk/demonstration. If your friends want to come, tell them to sign up so that they get the location too.
What to bring: Bagels and perhaps an anorak. Everything else is provided, including placards.
Who to bring: Your friends and family. Children can come too, but only with their parents. There will be a counterdemonstration, but they don’t yet know where we’re meeting, and the police will make sure that they are kept separated from us. “A counter demonstration?” you ask? Indeed, this is the reality for those who stand against antisemitism in 2018.
How to help: We need help stewarding on the day, flyering on Thursday, and raising money. If you want to help with stewarding or flyering, go to antisemitism.uk/volunteer. If you want to help fund the demonstration, please donate to (and share!) our crowdfunding page, and if you want to support us with a monthly amount to help with all of the work we do even when there isn’t a demonstration, go to antisemitism.uk/donate.
If you have a question: You can contact us, but please bear in mind that we are absolutely swamped with e-mails at the moment, and from sunset on Thursday until Saturday night we will be observing the Jewish festival of Pesach, which is, coincidentally, about standing up to antisemitism.