Seattle MLK March 2020: The Jewish Community & Friends March in Solidarity
January 20 @ 12:30 pm - 3:00 pm
Please join the Jewish Community & Friends on Monday, January 20 as we march at MLK Day 2020. We will join together at Garfield High School for the 12:30PM march to City Hall, followed by a 1:00PM speaking program at City Hall. Share widely with your networks and join us for this powerful display of solidarity. This delegation is proudly co-sponsored by ADL’s Pacific Northwest Region and partners Bet Alef Meditative Synagogue, Congregation Kol Ami, Congregation Beth Shalom, Herzl-Ner Tamid, the Holocaust Center for Humanity, Jewish Family Service, the Kavana Cooperative, and Temple De Hirsch Sinai. Please RSVP here and e-mail Seattle@adl.org with questions.
We look forward to seeing you this Monday, January 20 for the Jewish Community and Friends delegation at the annual MLK Seattle celebrations! Please arrive at Garfield High School by 12:10PM to locate our group before the 12:30PM March to City Hall for a formal program. We will gather under the flag poles in front of Garfield located at the bottom of the stairs of the main entrance. Please wear warm, dry, comfortable clothes and bring your own signs and banners with messages of solidarity. For any questions on the day of, please contact Kendall Kosai at the ADL at 206 947 1235 or by e-mail at Kkosai@adl.org. Please see a brief schedule of events below and a map detailing our gathering location.
Schedule of events:
12:10PM – Meet at Garfield
12:30-1:00PM – March from Garfield to City Hall
1:00-2:00PM – Program at City Hall
The Facebook event can be found HERE.
This delegation is proudly co-sponsored by ADL’s Pacific Northwest Region and partners Bet Alef Meditative Synagogue, Congregation Kol Ami, Congregation Beth Shalom, the Faith Action Network, Herzl-Ner Tamid, the Holocaust Center for Humanity, JConnect Seattle, Jewish Family Service, Jewish Federation of Greater Seattle, the Kavana Cooperative, the Stroum Jewish Community Center, Temple De Hirsch Sinai, and Temple B’nai Torah.