We are a grassroots movement centering on Jewish liberation from all forms of oppression and discrimination. We are working to eliminate Jew hatred from Western culture through peaceful direct action and education. We reject all partisan political affiliations and take no positions on issues unrelated to Jew hatred and its eradication.
We are a non-denominational non-partisan movement inclusive of the entire Jewish community.
We are united in our opposition to Jew hatred and our desire to see full liberation and equality for our people.
We are Jews who marched for Black Lives, Civil Rights, LGBTQ+ rights, Women’s rights, immigrants, the environment, human rights and for every type of social justice.
We are Jews who no longer tolerate Jew hatred. Therefore we are mobilizing to end unjust and unlawful discrimination against our people.
We will not allow our support for justice for other oppressed groups be manipulated into supporting those who propagate bigotry against Jews. We support peaceful direct action to disrupt the national dialogue.
We uphold the values of human rights, free speech and equality of opportunity without giving space for Jew haters to flourish.
We seek to empower young Jews with positivity and strength to discover and enjoy their heritage in whichever manner they choose, without fear of attack or persecution. To that end we support the creation and proliferation of a decentralized local community-based leadership structure.
We support Jewish national sovereignty. Zionism is our political and national liberation movement and we will not be told to reject it. We support Jewish national sovereignty.
We are not willing to passively tolerate Jew hatred. We are proactive and resolute in standing up for justice for Jews.
We support peaceful direct action to secure justice for Jews.
"Thank you so much for all your effort in this matter - you did it - we're grateful!!!"
R. from Israel
"Love what you do. I'm glad to be a part of it."
N. from California
"Thank goodness for people like Brooke Goldstein and EJH movement. They stood up for what is right and just."
J. from Montreal
"Finally we are standing up to this menace."
B. from Washington, D.C.
"I love what you guys are doing and will definitely come if you have an event in NY!"
I. from New York
"But I think you also may have struck gold - or magic - by appealing to African Americans specifically as allies. I think it gives many Blacks who are uncomfortable with BLM a refuge, and a way to again savor Martin Luther King's legacy by focusing on his closeness to Jews and support for Israel. I really got the feeling the Black folks at the rally felt both welcome and needed, and future rallies have the potential to draw many more."
R. from Los Angeles