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WoMen For All to DNC & RNC:
Adopt IHRA Antisemitism Definition

DNC & RNC: ADOPT THE IHRA DEFINITION OF ANTISEMITISM

WoMen For All is calling on the Democratic National Committee and the Republican National Committee to officially adopt the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance (IHRA) definition of antisemitism in honor of #HolocaustSHEros Fela Szeps and Rozka Korczak-Marla.

Women For All published its petition to the DNC on Sunday, August 12, 2018, the one-year anniversary of Charlottesville. Our petition has garnered press attention from Algemeiner, Legal Insurrection, JNS, Pluralist, Cleveland Jewish News, Make Muse andTIMES OF ISRAEL.

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Democratic National Committee: Democrats Say NO to antisemitism!

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Republicans: Say NO to antisemitism!

Fela Szeps was a brave Zionist leader of the Gordonia group from Dabrowa Gornicza, Poland, who organized to counter the spiking antisemitism of the day. An excellent student, Fela communicated with Gordonia’s main office in Warsaw whose leaders visited her family’s home. Fela Szeps had hoped to move to Palestine but Hitler invaded Poland and she was trapped and abducted along with her sister Bathsheba and trafficked to women’s slave labor camp Grünberg/Schlesien. There she recorded the suffering of Jewish girls who were brutalized in a spinning mill just like many others in the underground network of slave labor camps known as Organization Schmelt.

A former psychology student at the University of Warsaw, Fela took it upon herself to boost morale by imparting the cultural lessons of her faith to her fellow inmates, reminding them when it was a holiday, imbuing them with pride and hope, and writing copious notes, which her sister somehow preserved.

Fela Szeps died a day after liberation on May 9th, 1945 in Volary, Czechoslovakia after enduring a 106-day death march that began with 1,350 Jewish girls and ended with less than a third of them making it through a bitter cold terrain that spanned 550 miles from Upper Silesia to Sudetenland alive as the Nazis tried to evade Soviet troops and Allies after Auschwitz was liberated in January 1945. Fela made it to the finish line and managed to write rousing prose up until the end, empowering legions of girls, including subjects of By A Thread Film like the indomitable Adela Manheim of LA.

The epitaph on her tombstone in Volary was taken from her diary and inscribed by her sister: “The day of liberation, my dear sister, was for you a day of bitter sleep.”

May we  never forget tireless writer, fighter and sister Fela Szeps whose courage and eloquence were a beacon to so many during the Holocaust and today. This petition is in honor of #HolocaustSHEro and #WomenOfValor Fela Szeps.

 

Democrats Say NO to antisemitism!

To combat the rising surge of antisemitism within the Democratic party, we feel it’s important to define antisemitism.  The rightwing version of antisemitism is easy to spot, but the leftwing version often hides behind a mask. Sign and Share

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Petition Update, September 4, 2018

Petition Update, August 27, 2018

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Our petition has garnered press attention from Algemeiner, Legal Insurrection, JNS, Pluralist, Cleveland Jewish News, Make Muse andTIMES OF ISRAEL

Progressive Feminist Group Calls on Democratic Party to Adopt Definition of Antisemitism

A liberal women's rights group is calling on the Democratic National Committee to adopt an official definition of antisemitism to combat a "rising tide" of anti-Jewish discrimination in the party.

In reaction to Women's March leaders' Farrakhan embrace and anti-Israel progressives, new group calls on Democrats to "Say NO to antisemitism!"

Posted by William A. Jacobson Tuesday, August 14, 2018 at 8:20pm | 8/14/2018 - 8:20pm 'Women's March For All' Petition wants DNC to adopt International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance definition of antisemitism The Women's March has been rocked by its association with anti-Israel and anti-Semitic figures almost from inception.

Liberal women's group calls on DNC to accept international definition of anti-Semitism

The Women's March For All (WMFA), an offshoot of the 2017 Women's March on Washington, has been calling on the Democratic National Committee (DNC) to endorse the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance (IHRA) definition of anti-Semitism. The liberal women's group launched an online petition last week that has gotten 360 signatures as of press time.

The Democratic Party Must Say a Loud NO to Anti-Semitism!

The Democratic Party is at a crossroads. The rift between centrist democrats and a growing movement of more leftwing progressives threatens to divide the party. This growing progressive movement has also produced another threat to party unity: anti-Semitism. The anti-Semitism problem the Party now faces is similar to the one facing Britain's Labour party, in two important ways.

Progressive feminist group calls on Democratic Party to adopt definition of anti-Semitism

A crowd of women fills Independence Avenue during the Women's March on Washington..(AP Photo/Alex Brandon, File) (AP Photo/Alex Brandon, File) Progressive feminist group calls on Democratic Party to adopt definition of anti-Semitism A women's group has called on the Democratic Party to distance itself from anti-Semitism cloaked as criticism of Israel.

Feminist Group Accuses Ocasio-Cortez of Supporting Anti-Semitism

A liberal women's group is calling on the Democratic National Committee to adopt a working definition of anti-Semitism to combat what the group sees as a "rising tide" of bigotry towards Jews among younger party members, including democratic socialist Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.

Progressive Feminist Group Calls on Democratic Party to Adopt Definition of Antisemitism

Women's March For All (WMFA), a liberal women's rights group, has urged the Democratic National Committee (DNC) to officially define antisemitism. The group feels that a clear definition is essential to combat a rise in anti-Jewish discrimination in the Democratic party and in liberal movements acro

Liberal women's group calls on DNC to accept international definition of anti-Semitism | JNS.org

The Women's March For All (WMFA), an offshoot of the 2017 Women's March on Washington, has called on the Democratic National Committee (DNC) to endorse the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance (IHRA) definition of anti-Semitism. The liberal women's group launched an online petition last week that has gotten 360 signatures as of press time.

Women For All published its petition to the Democratic National Committee on Sunday, August 12, 2018, the one-year anniversary of Charlottesville.

 Sign and Share