Greenwich Creates Antisemitism and Anti-Hate Task Force

On Thursday First Selectman Fred Camillo announced the formation of The Greenwich Antisemitism and Anti-Hate Task Force.

The announcement explains that a group of elected officials, educators, clergy, and residents will work together to address acts of antisemitism, bigotry and hate in the Greenwich community.

“As they begin their work, task force members will develop a phone and web reporting system for people to report acts of hate as well as find out more about education and awareness resources and community solidarity events. Bigotry and hate, in any form, have no home in Greenwich. This task force is designed to bring the Greenwich community together.”

Task force members include:

• Fred Camillo, First Selectman
• Margaret Hazlett, Head of School, Greenwich Academy
• Rabbi Mitchell Hurvitz, Senior Rabbi, Temple Sholom
• Scott Kalb, Greenwich BET Member
• Miriam Kreuzer, Greenwich RTM Member
• Becca Levine, Task Force Co-Chair
• Greenwich Resident Ralph Mayo, Principal, Greenwich High School
• Kamele McLaren, Director of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion & Belonging, Greenwich Academy
• Adam Rohdie, Head of School, Greenwich Country Day School
• Meryl Sole, Task Force Co-Chair, Greenwich Resident
• Rebecca Steck, Head of School, Greenwich Catholic School
• Alecia Thomas, Director of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion & Belonging, Brunswick School
• Reverend Marek Zabriskie, Rector, Christ Church
• Mark Zuccerella, Deputy Chief, Greenwich Police Department