#JewishResistance: Top 10 Photos From the Women’s Marches

Jewish activists took to the streets with hundreds of thousands of fellow anti-Trump protesters at women's marches from Oakland to Tel Aviv.

new-hdc-logo
Haaretz
Send in e-mailSend in e-mail
Jewish protester at the NYC women's march against Trump
Jewish protester at the NYC women's march against TrumpCredit: Gili Getz
new-hdc-logo
Haaretz

Jewish activists joined women’s marches across the U.S. on Saturday, protesting against U.S. President Donald J. Trump. “As Jews, we have a moral obligation, when we see injustice, to speak out. As our signs say, we were strangers in Egypt,” protester Myrna Baron told Haaretz reporter Taly Krupkin in New York. Jewish-themed signs were present at the protest in New York, Washington D.C., Portland and San Francisco. In Tel Aviv, too, hundreds of Israeli-American activists protested in solidarity.

Charlotte, North Carolina

NYC, New York

Oakland, California

Portland, Oregon

San Francisco, California

Washington D.C.

Tel Aviv, Israel

Comments

SUBSCRIBERS JOIN THE CONVERSATION FASTER

Automatic approval of subscriber comments.

Subscribe today and save 40%

Already signed up? LOG IN

ICYMI

Soldiers using warfare devices made by the Israeli defense electronics company Elbit Systems.

Russia-Ukraine War Catapults Israeli Arms Industry to Global Stage

Flame and smoke rise during an Israeli air strike, amid Israel-Gaza fighting, in Gaza City August 6, 2022.

Israel Should End Gaza Operation Now, if It Can

Rio. Not all Jewish men wear black hats.

What Does a Jew Look Like? The Brits Don't Seem to Know

Karolina Bielowka.

'My Uncle Told Me, ‘Go on the Trip of Your Life, Go Dig in Israel.’ So I Did'

The replica ship, 'Ma’agan Mikhael II,' sailing from Haifa to Acre in northern Israel.

Replica of 2,400-year-old Ship Solves Ancient Mediterranean Mystery

File photo: Bus operated by Kavim company.

Ultra-Orthodox Extremists Assault Woman for Sitting at Front of Jerusalem Bus