The blue square represents the American Jewish community, which is 2.4% of the U.S. population. Yet Jews are victim of 55% of all religious hate crimes in the United States. Let's share this blue square to let them know they're not fighting alone anymore.
See what it means to stand up against Jewish hate at times when it’s needed most.
Daughter: Let's go mom, we're going to be late. Hi Mr. Tony. Mom, what's that?
Mom: Nothing, just get in the car. Let's go.
Daughter: Who did that?
Mom: Come on, right now. In, get in. Right now, let's go.
Daughter: Did you paint it or something?
Mom: Move it. Seatbelt on. Right now.
Daughter: Hi Mr. Tony
1 in 4 Jewish Americans were victims of hate last year. Hate only wins if you let it. #StandUpToJewishHate
Isaiah: [Singing prayer in video] Eitz cha-yim hi / la-ma-cha-zi-kim bah / v'-tom'-che-ha / m'-u-shar
Choir: Hey Isaiah, your prayer really inspired us. I hope you don't mind us using it.
Choir: [singing] D'-ra-che-ha / dar-chei no-am / v'-chol n'-ti-vo-te-ha / sha-lom / Ha-shi-vei-nu A-do-nai / ei-le-cha v'na-shu-va / cha-desh ya-mei-nu / K'ke-dem
Nearly 70% of Jewish Americans faced antisemitic hate online last year. Voices of support are louder than words of hate. #StandUpToJewishHate
Father: I saw what you've been posting. "Hitler was right"? I didn't teach you that. You sit behind your screen, spewing all this hatred and ugliness. You got something you want to say? Get out of the truck and say it to their faces.
"Hitler was right" was posted over 70,000 times last year. There's no looking away from hate. #StandUpToJewishHate