The work of CJP’s Center for Combating Antisemitism is geared toward making antisemitism socially and politically unacceptable. Since October 7, we have accelerated and adapted the implementation of our 5-Point Plan to combat antisemitism and anti-Zionism to meet urgent needs in our community and leverage opportunities to make proactive and long-term impact in civic spaces, campuses, and schools.    

To empower our community and our allies, we’ve provided resources for you to enhance your knowledge, find like-minded groups working toward fostering a flourishing community, and discover opportunities for action and activism.  

Resources were curated in part in collaboration with the Foundation to Combat Antisemitism (FCAS).

Jewish Journal of Greater Boston

The April event was aimed at helping teens recognize and respond to antisemitism.


Employee resource groups can be helpful for Jews at work.

Jew in the City

The author, who holds a doctor of clinical psychology degree, recommends using the DARE method to deal with anxiety over antisemitism.

U.S. News & World Report

A new poll finds that antisemitism is an issue for 67% of students at top-25 universities.


Several senators, Jewish and non-Jewish rose to speak in support of the amendment and the need to address antisemitism explicitly.


As part of CCA’s efforts to increase antisemitism and Holocaust education in the K-12 space, we are proud to support school student visits to “Auschwitz. Not long ago. Not far away.,” a powerful exhibit at Park Plaza.


CJP's Center for Combatting Antisemitism (CCA) recently provided CSI with $1 million in security funding to address urgent expanding needs.


"When societies reach a crisis, they have two options—to think about what they can do or who they can blame. It seems that many college students have chosen the latter."


Forty people kicked off a months-long learning journey involving specialized training, coaching and targeted campaigns on racial justice and leadership.


Sarah Plymate reflects on her teenage daughter's experience at "Standing Strong: Empowering Teens to Recognize and Respond to Antisemitism,” hosted by TribeTalk.

Brandeis University

Brandeis University provides a list of online resources for countering antisemitism.


Our new commercial’s core message is that while political issues should be debated, hate speech and intimidation simply can’t be tolerated.