PHOTOS: Brooklyn Synagogue Hosts Jammed Meeting of Anti-Trump Activists

In a packed synagogue in Park Slope, Brooklyn Monday night, activists gathered to organize against Donald Trump.

For more on the event, read our coverage here.

The crowd filled the 1,200 seat sanctuary of Congregation Beth Elohim.

Outside, the line ran down the street.

Rabbi Rachel Timoner, spiritual leader of Beth Elohim, addressed the crowd.

New York City Council member Brad Lander, organizer of the meeting, also spoke.

Contact Josh Nathan-Kazis at nathankazis@forward.com or on Twitter, @joshnathankazis.

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Josh Nathan-Kazis is a staff writer for the Forward. He covers charities and politics, and writes investigations and longform.

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