Baltimore Jews Against ICE
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Baltimore jewish activists rally against ICE | Photos

Diana Goldsmith, left, and Judy Sweet, right, both of Baltimore City, march with more than 100 protesters from Baltimore Jews Against ICE and Jews United for Justice at Artscape. They were protesting the involvement with ICE by two Artscape sponsors, Johns Hopkins University, and PNC Bank, through contracts and financing. (Amy Davis / Baltimore Sun)
Dr. Zack Berger, a general internist at a Johns Hopkins Outpatient Center, at right, marches with more than 100 protesters from Baltimore Jews Against ICE and Jews United for Justice at Artscape. They were protesting the involvement with ICE by two Artscape sponsors, Johns Hopkins University and PNC Bank. (Amy Davis / Baltimore Sun)
More than 100 protesters with Baltimore Jews Against ICE and Jews United for Justice listen to speakers criticize the involvement of two Artscape sponsors, Johns Hopkins University, and PNC Bank, for tcontracts and financing with ICE. The rally ended with a reading of names of those who have died in the custody of ICE, followed by the Mourners Kaddish. (Amy Davis / Baltimore Sun)
At center, Yona Gorelick, with Jews United for Justice, and Evan Serpick, of Baltimore Jews Against ICE, led the chants as more than 100 protesters marched in the heat through Artscape, to protest the involvement of two Artscape sponsors, Johns Hopkins University, and PNC Bank, for their business involvement with ICE through contracts and financing. They concluded their march with a short rally in front of the Johns Hopkins University stage on N. Charles Street. (Amy Davis / Baltimore Sun)
Ericka Hume of Baltimore City, in front at center, marches with more than 100 protesters with Baltimore Jews Against ICE and Jews United for Justice at Artscape. They were protesting the involvement of two Artscape sponsors, Johns Hopkins University, and PNC Bank, for their business involvement with ICE through contracts and financing. (Amy Davis / Baltimore Sun)
More than 100 protesters with Baltimore Jews Against ICE and Jews United for Justice listen to speakers after marching in the heat through Artscape. They were protesting the involvement with ICE by two Artscape sponsors, Johns Hopkins University, and PNC Bank. (Amy Davis / Baltimore Sun)
A guitarist with the band Survival Society cheers the protesters who interrupted their set on the Johns Hopkins stage. More than 100 protesters with Baltimore Jews Against ICE and Jews United for Justice marched at Artscape to protest the involvement of two Artscape sponsors, Johns Hopkins University, and PNC Bank, for their business involvement with ICE through contracts and financing. (Amy Davis / Baltimore Sun)
Baltimore City councilmen Zeke Cohen, at center, joins more than 100 protesters with Baltimore Jews Against ICE and Jews United for Justice, as they marched in the heat through Artscape. They were protesting the business involvement of two Artscape sponsors, Johns Hopkins University and PNC Bank with ICE. (Amy Davis / Baltimore Sun)
Rosetta Isnardi, keyboardist with the band, Survival Society, takes up one of the signs carried by more than 100 protesters with Baltimore Jews Against ICE and Jews United for Justice when they concluded their march in front of the the Johns Hopkins stage at Artscape. The band stopped their set so that the speakers at the rally could be heard, and added some background riffs when the protesters sang. (Amy Davis / Baltimore Sun)
At center, Yona Gorelick, with Jews United for Justice, and Evan Serpick, of Baltimore Jews Against ICE, led the chants as more than 100 protesters marched in the heat through Artscape, to protest the involvement of two Artscape sponsors, Johns Hopkins University, and PNC Bank, for their business involvement with ICE through contracts and financing. They concluded their march with a short rally in front of the Johns Hopkins University stage on N. Charles Street. (Amy Davis / Baltimore Sun)
Several dozen people march through Artscape on Sunday, July 21, 2019 to protest federal immigration policy, and also Johns Hopkins University and PNC Bank for having financial ties to U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement. (Pamela Wood / Baltimore Sun)
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