The Exodus Movement Announces The Creation Of Their Chapter Program

The Exodus Movement Announces The Creation Of Their Chapter Program 150 150 Exodus Movement

The Exodus Movement Chapter Program Will Allow For Supporters To Join Up And Spread The Messages Pushed Forward By The Group

NEW YORK, NY: Today, The Exodus Movement, a group run by Red Sea Rising, a 501(c)(4) organization, announced the launch of their chapter program and the initial wave of chapters across the county. These chapters, which are located in diverse, strategic locales, will serve as a means for supporters of The Exodus Movement to gather and push a platform of opposition to liberal anti-Semitism and will enable Jewish Americans to unite in support of issues that reflect their Jewish values.


“Today I am very excited to announce the launch of The Exodus Movement’s local chapter program,” said Elizabeth Pipko, Founder and President of The Exodus Movement. “The creation of these chapters will allow our organization to expand our footprint to effectively communicate our message and educate Jewish Americans – and Americans more broadly – about the dangerous creep of anti-Semitism emanating from far-left extremists. While this is only the first wave of chapters, we look forward to expanding our footprint into further regions as time progresses.”


“I’m honored to be working with the Exodus Movement as President of the Maricopa County Chapter here in Arizona,” said David Ludwig, President of the Maricopa County, Arizona Exodus Movement Chapter. “Given the current political climate where supporting Israel and recognizing critical Jewish concerns seems to be taboo among the far left, an organization like the Exodus Movement is needed now more than ever. With such a strong, diverse Jewish community in our county and across Arizona, I’m very excited to be involved, helping to highlight the issues that are truly relevant to our people, and encourage broad participation across the spectrum.”


Deputy Mayor Mark Schwartz of Teaneck, a Democrat, added he was excited to grow the organization in New Jersey. “As an American-Jewish elected official in New Jersey, I’ve found that college campuses and local communities are often the front lines of combating anti-Semitism, including for example the appalling BDS movement,” said Schwartz. “Unfortunately, too often our voices in opposition are not adequately heard. Organizations like The Exodus Movement are urgently needed right now in our political discourse to encourage active participation and engagement to confront the very real issues of concern for the Jewish community, such as rising anti-Semitism and security.”


List Of First Wave Of Chapters:


Arizona: Maricopa County


California: Los Angeles County


Colorado: Denver County

Florida: Broward County, Palm Beach County


Michigan: Oakland County


New Jersey: Bergen County


New York: New York County


North Carolina: Wake County


Ohio: Cuyahoga County


Pennsylvania: Bucks County, Philadelphia County, Montgomery County


Texas: Dallas County

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