The International March of the Living is proud to continue in partnership with the European March of the Living Network and their European partners, its Global Campaign of Unity “Let There Be Light,” encouraging all to unite in solidarity against antisemitism, racism, hatred and intolerance by keeping the lights on in Houses of Worship, public institutions and private homes around the world on the night of November 9th, 2021.

Last year, together, we reached millions around the world, brought together over 700 Houses of Worship of all faiths and institutions and partners from over 75 countries. The campaign was featured in over 120 news outlets worldwide – see our 2020 Campaign.

Our message of spreading light over the darkness of hate was displayed on the façade of the Coventry Cathedral in the United Kingdom and on the walls of the Old City in Jerusalem.

As we launch our 2021 campaign, we are pleased to include you again this year in the continuation of this important and meaningful commemorative project. In our shared mission to fight antisemitism and hatred, Facebook is an official partner of our multi-faith global campaign. See remarks from Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg here.

Please visit where you can see the updated website. Please share information about the campaign widely with your communities..

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