Antisemitism in Our Community
Conshohocken, Plymouth Meeting and Whitemarsh (CPW) Interfaith Council
February 5th, 4 pm at the Plymouth Meeting Quaker Meetinghouse
In recent years in our community and across our country and the world there has been a steady
increase in antisemitic incidents ranging from verbal or graffiti defacement to violent and
deadly events. Antisemitic thought and speech is easily found across the social media
platforms. In some sectors of our society, this kind of thought and speech is becoming
accepted as normal.
Anti-Semitic Incidents in the months surrounding Charlottesville march
Join with us on Sunday February 5th when Rabbi Glenn Ettman and Cantor Jorden Franzel
will lead us in a presentation that will define what antisemitism is and share what its impact is
currently having on our Jewish friends and neighbors? After their presentation they invite the
gathered community to share questions and thoughts that will help us discern ways we can
personally and corporately collaborate to address antisemitism.
Antisemitic Incidents in our area during 2022