All the signs from the No Fear Rally in D.C.

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“Never again is now,” “This Jewish grandma is still pissed,” and “Yo Semite…” these are just a few of the many signs rally goers took with them to Sunday’s No Fear protest against antisemitism in Washington, D.C.

A man wearing a kippah and an American flag attends the No Fear rally in Washington, D.C., on Sunday, July 11, 2021. (Photo: John Kunza/Unpacked)

It was a family affair

“We wanted them to see a strong Jewish community.” The parents of these two boys said they felt the need to show up after their synagogue was vandalized recently. (Photo: John Kunza/Unpacked)
“It’s terrible you don’t want to be hated so why should I be hated?” BZ Openden said in front of his mother at the No Fear Rally in Washington D.C., Sunday, July 11, 2021. (Photo: John Kunza/Unpacked)
Rally goers attend the No Fear protest in Washington, D.C. (Photo: John Kunza/Unpacked)

Never again means now

“I’ve been through the Holocaust and I hate what is going on,” that’s why 89-year-old Claire Grunwald, a Holocaust survivor from Hungary, attended the event.

Claire Grunwald, a Holocaust survivor from Hungary, meets with fellow rally goers at the No Fear protest in Washington, D.C., Sunday, July 11, 2021. (Photo: John Kunza/Unpacked)
A man holds a “Never Again is Now” sign at the No Fear protest in Washington, D.C., Sunday, July 11, 2021. (Photo: John Kunza/Unpacked)
“Never Again” is written on a star in the style that Jews in the Holocaust were forced to wear. (Photo: John Kunza/Unpacked)
A woman holds a “Never Again is Now” sign at the No Fear protest in Washington, D.C., Sunday, July 11, 2021. (Photo: John Kunza/Unpacked)

Across the political spectrum

Attendees were across the political spectrum and said they were united in one thing– the need for something to be done to stop the rise in antisemitism in the United States.

Multiple liberal attendees to the No Fear Rally expressed their concern with the rise in antisemitism on their side of the political spectrum. (Photo: John Kunza/Unpacked)

Signs, signs and more signs

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