Billionaire Patriots owner Robert Kraft and Philly rapper Meek Mill have teamed up to take part in the 35th International March of the Living, which is taking place in Poland to commemorate the 80th anniversary of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising. Kraft has also launched a new $25 million “Stand Up to Jewish Hate” campaign, supported by Mike Tyson, Tom Brady, Jon Bon Jovi and more.
The march will include students, survivors and educators, as well as notable names such as Endeavor CEO Ari Emanuel, Warner Bros. Discovery CEO David Zaslav, CNN anchors Dana Bash and Wolf Blitzer, and Kraft’s new wife, Dr. Dana Blumberg. The march will silently travel the Auschwitz-Birkenau complex, the largest Nazi concentration camp built during World War II. Kraft will light a torch as part of a ceremony illuminating six torches to commemorate the six million who died.
Meek Mill had asked Kraft about how he could do more to help others. Kraft advised the recording artist that he could “be a leader in many areas, and build bridges” between people. Kraft has previously said of starting his foundation to fight anti-Semitism: “I love this country, and we’re at a danger point, I’m sorry to say… I’ve never seen the hatred and bigotry that’s going on. This is the United States of America. And it’s something that really bothers me. So hopefully we’re going to do something about it.”
Robert Kraft and Meek Mill have taken an important step in their fight against anti-Semitism and hatred by participating in the 35th International March of the Living. The march will be a solemn reminder of the horrors of the Holocaust, and a powerful statement against hatred and bigotry. With Kraft’s foundation to combat anti-Semitism and Meek Mill’s commitment to building bridges between people, they are sure to make a difference in the world.