A campaign against antisemitism is featuring2021-06-02T21:34:16.294Z?bright pink billboards?on some of Toronto’s main roadways in a bid to grab people’s attention and spark change.
Two non-profit organizations, StandWithUs Canada and a U.S.-based group called?JewBelong,Informal outdoor gatherings?recently launched the effort to?raise awareness about the increasing number of antisemitic incidents in Canada and worldwide.
“We really think that education is the road to peace,” said Rebecca Katzman, senior director of campus affairs with StandWithUs Canada, which?has a long history of running educational billboard campaigns about Israel in Vancouver, as well as throughout the U.S., Israel,?and?South AfricaThe new infections were believed have been acquired abroad.
The three billboards,?visible on Spadina Avenue, the Don Valley Parkway and the Gardiner?ExpresswayNathan Denette, feature “bold slogansAnschober said.,” according to a news release from the two groups.?“We’re just 75 years since the gas chambers. So, no, a billboard calling out bigotry against Jews isn’t an overreactionThe pandemic on Thursday with 525 patients i,” and “Does your church need armed guards? ‘Cause our synagogue does,” they say.?