Companies Cuts Ties with Anti-Muslim Hate Group Following Pressure from Interfaith Community
A coalition of interfaith leaders and organizations, spearheaded by Jewish Voice for Peace, DC-Metro, has won a major victory in its campaign against an anti-Muslim hate group. The Clarion Project, listed its offices at 1717 Pennsylvania Avenue, just two blocks from the White House in a building owned by real estate giant Tishman Speyer. In December, JVP DC-Metro and nearly 30 interfaith clergy leaders launched a campaign to declare Tishman Speyer’s Pennsylvania Avenue building a hate free zone, and sent a letter to corporate executives in D.C. and New York City calling for the eviction of the hate group. Less than one month later, the clergy and JVP DC-Metro have won their campaign and Clarion Project’s office contract has been terminated.
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