Remembering, Reconciling, Taking a Stand!

From the Heart and on Foot

Marches of Life around Yom HaShoah 2022

Let us not be indifferent! Take action and be there!

Hatred of Jews and antisemitism have reached alarming levels. Antisemitism is moving back into everyday life, and many remain indifferent. Ronald Lauder, president of the World Jewish Congress, made a strong call to action in one of his recent speeches, “Who will speak up? Who dares to come forward?”

The Covid-19 pandemic is like an accelerant for antisemitism and hatred of Jews. According to a study by the World Zionist Organization and the Jewish Agency, 2021 was the most antisemitic year worldwide in the last decade. Ten antisemitic incidents of physical and verbal violence occurred on average every day. At the same time, conspiracy theories based on age-old antisemitic prejudices flood social media. Many see Jews as the authors and profiteers of the pandemic. Education and enlightenment are only of limited help.

But if you let the truth about antisemitism in your own family, your own city and your own country touch you and speak about it publicly, we can move hearts and bring about change.

There are more protests on our streets now than ever. Imagine what it would be like, if around Yom HaShoah 2022 hundreds of cities would host Marches of Life!

This is why we are asking you to join us this year, in the city where you live, to host a march with the slogan: “From the Heart and on Foot: Remembering, Reconciling, Taking a Stand!”

How can I organize a March?

  1. Find a route in your city and decide on a day on or around Yom HaShoah (April 28, 2022).
  2. Register a parade / demonstration / rally at your city’s administrations office. Observe the regional Covid-19 regulations.
  3. Gather and motivate other Christians, pastors, and leaders. Mobilize people to take to the streets together.
  4. Be part of the international movement in over 25 nations.

Register a March of Life in your city


    Goals and Values


    Corona Restrictions

    Marches are planned at the following locations: