National Walkout for Israel!
Remembering 100 Days Since October 7th Attack,
Calling to Bring Them Home,
and Standing United Against Antisemitism.
The Students Supporting Israel movement is organizing a national walkout across university campuses and high schools who are part of our network and calls for all Zionist organizations to join us!
On October 7, 2023 Hamas terror organization carried out a barbaric attack against Israel, committing horrific atrocities against men, women, children, and the elderly. We do not want this day to be forgotten. On January 14, 2024 Israeli hostages that are still in captivity will be there for 100 days!
On Thursday, January 18, a date with the meaning of Chai and when the academic semester begins, at 10:07 AM - a time symbolically commemorating the date of October 7, our movement will walk out to (1) remember the victims of the attack, (2) call for the return of the hostages, (3) take a stand against the rising antisemitism around the world and in academic institutions.
We call everyone to join this important walkout for the Jewish, Zionist, and pro-Israel community and to start the calendar year and the academic year standing up the causes that are of most importance to our people.
SSI chapters, and non-SSI groups who'd like to join the event and organize, please fill out the form so we can keep track of the locations of where the walkout will be taking place.
Thank you so much for your interest in this event!
For chapters who plan to join, and groups outside of SSI who would like to join our walkout and locally organize the event, please fill out this form so we can keep track of locations for the walkout:
Suggestion for organizing the event:
1. Set up specific meeting location on January 18 at 10:07am.
2. Invite and encourage people to attend to support the cause.
3. Bring Israeli flags / posters of hostages / other signs related to the 3 key messages of the event.
4. Read the 3 stated messaged of the walkout to the crowd and add words of your own describing the significance of the event, sign Israel's national anthem.
5. Take photos and share it on social media or with the local paper to spread the message of the event to those who were unable to attend.