A RALLY FOR INCLUSION, GENTLENESS, SAFETY AND PEACE IN FRONT OF THE NJ STATE HOUSE

Seth joins with faith leaders and with the public in asking our Assembly and Senate to have the confidence to stand up to bigotry and hatred by signing a resolution to guarantee that New Jersey will stand up for those who feel victimized by the rhetoric and potential policies of the president-elec

11:30AM ON TUESDAY NOVEMBER 15TH

One week ago Donald Trump became President-Elect.  The Governor of NJ, who has been harbored here, and shaped here, despite scandals and his bullying and abusive manner, was an essential part of President-Elect Trump’s rise before the American electorate.  We are troubled by the direct connection that New Jersey has had to the rise of this President-Elect.

We in New Jersey need to know that our elected officials, who have shared this space with Governor Christie, reject the language of hate and reject the sentiment of proposed policies of exclusion.  We need to know that New Jersey will stop harboring bad Governors and instead will become a safe haven, a sanctuary, for those who feel frightened by Mr. Trump’s election as President.

We will gather in front of the State House at 11:30, for 45 minutes of sharing together.  Then, you are invited to bring this resolution to the desk of your elected officials.  

Be it resolved that the elected officials of the NJ State Senate/ NJ State Assembly reaffirm the values of inclusiveness, gentleness, safety, peace and the right to assemble for all New Jerseyans, regardless of ethnicity, race, refugee status, asylee status, immigration status, religion, creed, gender or sexual orientation.  While we respect the President Elect as duly elected, we stand resolutely against all political language and policies that deliberately seek to damage persons, families, or community.  New Jersey will remain a sanctuary, a haven, for all who live here in harmony.

A group of 35 representing a wide array of faith communities and community groups gathered to call on our Assembly members and Senators to pass a resolution that we are calling the "NJ Harmony Resolution." We're asking out elected officials to denounce the language and related policies of hate and to state their commitment to keep New Jersey a sanctuary, a haven.

A group of 35 representing a wide array of faith communities and community groups gathered to call on our Assembly members and Senators to pass a resolution that we are calling the "NJ Harmony Resolution." We're asking out elected officials to denounce the language and related policies of hate and to state their commitment to keep New Jersey a sanctuary, a haven.