12:21 PM: On all corners of Walk-All-Ways, people are standing against anti-Semitism and against hate in general. There’s even been dancing – a mini-flash mob of “Hava Nagila.”
Brief 'Hava Nagila' flash mob until the light changed pic.twitter.com/rggBqgrJq6
— West Seattle Blog (@westseattleblog) December 2, 2018
Hate-Free Delridge organized the demonstration as a community response to the anti-Semitic vandalism in Sunrise Heights a week ago.
The woman whose home was vandalized was here thanking organizers. The rally is expected to continue until 1 pm.
1:37 PM: The sentiments expressed were many, but all springing from the heart:
Participants spanned the generations:
Longtime local advocates were there too:
Tonight happens to mark the start of Hanukkah, the eight-night Festival of Lights. West Seattle synagogue Kol HaNeshamah plans to be at Walk-All-Ways next Saturday night (December 8th) with a “pop-up” celebration to which all are invited.