Anti-Hate Task Force to Meet Tonight; Antisemitic Graffiti Found in North Bethesda Monday

On Monday, the Jewish Federation of Greater Washington (JFGW) shared a photo of antisemitic graffiti that was found in North Bethesda. Councilmember Evan Glass, who spearheaded the task force, tweeted: “I’m disgusted by the antisemitic graffiti sprayed under the Josiah Henson parkway bridge in North Bethesda. The county is working to remove this hate speech,” and “This is an unfortunate reminder of the important work being done by the Anti Hate Task Force, which will meet virtually on Tuesday 8/29 at 7pm with a presentation from the Jewish members.”

Per Montgomery County: The virtual meeting will take place on Tuesday, Aug. 29 at 7 p.m. and will be conducted virtually via Zoom. Members of the public can register here. The meeting will be available to watch live on YouTube.
Visit the Council webpage for the schedule of upcoming meetings, listening sessions and to watch past meetings.
Members of the media must RSVP by Tuesday, Aug. 29 at noon by emailing Bertha Cerzosimo at [email protected].

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