T’ruah commits to standing against antisemitism in all its manifestations. We will not allow fear of antisemitism to lead us to become xenophobic or closed-off, or to drive us into alliances with right-wing forces that promise to protect Jews for their own self-serving purposes. Our answer to antisemitism is deeper and broader relationships with other groups targeted by white supremacists, striving together towards collective liberation.
May 24, 2021
We condemn the recent attacks on Jews and on Jewish institutions, including physical assaults on Jewish diners in Los Angeles, on Jews in Brooklyn, in the Diamond District in New York, and on a Jewish driver in London; the vandalization of synagogues in Illinois, Utah, Arizona, and elsewhere; and harassment of Jews on social media even for posting about Jewish rituals or craft projects.
January 29, 2021
Rabbis Call for Expulsion of Reps. Marjorie Taylor Greene, Lauren Boebert and Other Legislators Supportive of QAnon
T’ruah rabbis: “Support for QAnon should be disqualifying for anyone holding public office.”
January 11, 2021
Today, T’ruah, a rabbinic human rights organization that represents over 2,000 rabbis and cantors and their communities, issued the following statement calling for elected officials to take accountability following the events of last week in Washington, D.C.