RRCO and SCCO invites community to respond to antisemitism with love.

Anti-Semetic propaganda is being distribute in River Road and Santa Clara neighborhoods.

Our communities are responding
Communities respond to hate with love – join us Sunday, Feb. 26, at 2 pm for a neighborhood gathering and community canvass near Santa Clara in a show of love and unity after finding antisemitic hate flyers in our neighborhood. For all of our safety, RSVP on the link to receive the location and further details:

What to expect: Representatives of the Social Justice Committees of both Santa Clara and River Road Community Organizations* will host a short gathering to talk about what happened, practice talking to our neighbors about antisemitism and how we can overcome hate with unity, then divide into pairs to knock on doors and leave positive information for neighbors impacted by recent hate activity. Rain or shine! Wear weather-appropriate clothes/shoes, bring water, a snack, and a bag or backpack to carry your flyers.

For all of our safety, please do not share the location of this event (to be announced after you RSVP) or post the location information publicly or on social media, but you may invite known, trusted friends and family to join us and ask them to RSVP here:

*Cosponsored also by Springfield-Eugene Showing Up for Racial Justice and Community Alliance of Lane County. RSVPs will go to the 4 event organizers to respond.

PS. We also have other activities for those who do not want to or cannot canvass. Let’s have a big turnout as we did for the paintball incident a couple of years ago.

If you would like to be part of this effort and other work of the Social Justice Committee please send us a note at rrco_social_justice@riverroadco.org