Seder in the Streets for Migrant & Housing Justice

Many of our Jewish ancestors, as well as members in our Jewish community today, came to the United States through NYC for the same reason that new New Yorkers come today: to escape death.

JFREJ is organizing a Seder in the Streets for our collective liberation from NYC's housing crisis! We know that New York City has the resources to feed, clothe and house all of us – new and longtime New Yorkers alike.

In the tradition of the Jewish and immigrant-led anti-eviction and tenants rights movement in the Lower East Side that began on the first night of Passover in 1904, we invite you to join us for Seder in the Streets to demand an end to the Adams Administration's cruel shelter evictions and funding for affordable & community controlled social housing!

We will be marching and ending with a community & mutual aid meal sponsored by Tirdof in Tompkins Square Park.