About the Walk

2021 New York/New Jersey Walk Against Hate

October 10, 2021

ADL, a more than century-old anti-hate organization, was moving against hate even before the first Walk Against Hate took place in Philadelphia in 2011. Since the first Walk gathering, ADL’s Walk Against Hate has grown in size and reach, uniting communities across the country in a show of solidarity against antisemitism, bigotry and all forms of hate. In 2020, ADL’s Walk Against Hate moved to a national stage with a virtual Walk engaging more than 100,000 participants.

This October, we’re on the move again — in-person and virtually 
 to bring thousands together to fight hate for good.



This year, ADL New York/New Jersey will be hosting a virtual celebration that you can tune in to on Sunday, October 10th. 

As we return back to normal, an in-person Walk may not be suited for everyone, however, we do encourage you to come together in small groups, as a community, or with friends. 

Remember, although this is called the Walk Against Hate it’s not just a walk — it's an opportunity to move toward a future without antisemitism, racism and all forms of bigotry.

Everyone is invited to walk in a way that works for them. 
Register to get moving today!