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Explore resources to enhance your knowledge, find like-minded groups working toward fostering a flourishing community, and discover opportunities for action and activism. From kids to teens to allies to educators — when we face Jew hate together, we’re helping to create a strong and vibrant Jewish future.
Resources were curated in part in collaboration with the Foundation to Combat Antisemitism (FCAS).
Local youth leaders on how they’re facing Jew hate, supporting Israel, and expressing their Jewish identity.
A Jewish educator and psychotherapist outlines some common trauma responses.
The incidents happen so often, it’s almost reflexive to grow numb. We can’t.
Dr. Rachel Fish explains its roots and its current rise.
In a July 2022 book, scholar Walter Russell Mead explores the real reasons for American policy on Israel.
These expert-recommended fiction and nonfiction reads tackle antisemitism and/or racism.
We live in one of the largest Jewish communities in the Diaspora, but it’s still a calculated risk to show your Judaism publicly. And it’s not getting any easier.
According to local experts, there are many noteworthy movies from Hollywood and beyond that address Jew hate.
Get up-to-date and accurate information from these trusted sources on how Jew hatred manifests and what you can do about it.
Despite the reality of antisemitism, the Jewish people, at our core, always believe that things can and will get better.
Do we induct them into a stance of defensiveness, or show them a Judaism we offer as a gift?
The vivid and informative “Looking for an Enemy: Eight Essays on Antisemitism” features commentary from journalists and academics.
Context and insight into the recent wave of antisemitism in America.
Hillel International discusses initiatives and priorities to keep students safe on college campuses for the 2022-23 academic year and beyond.
Although they call the phenomenon widespread, some hesitate to describe it as normalization.
Boston-area experts see the protests in Israel as a healthy sign of democracy, and do not fear that they may encourage antisemitism.
Local experts on Kanye West, Kyrie Irving, and other instances of celebrities crossing the line.
From food to folk-dancing, places to seek sanctuary and camaraderie.
A four-part deep dive into the psychology of hate.
Jews have been the subject of antisemitic conspiracy myths for centuries.
The WJC Jewish Diplomatic Corps Speakers’ Bureau provides you with access to our foremost public speakers.
Those who hate Jews can no longer hide behind empty rhetoric.
Two-thirds of American Jews say they feel less safe than they did a decade ago — and the threat of physical violence has never felt more real.
Resources for teachers that provide guidance, tools, and materials to help them address the challenges of rising antisemitism.
Violent antisemitism and hatred did not end with the defeat of Nazi Germany. It’s important to continue to stand up to it in all of its forms today.
Playlist of antisemitism videos that explore big questions and dissect complicated issues to help you develop informed opinions about Israel and Judaism.
Dr. Samantha Meinrath-Vinokor will take participants through the top ten items to know and think about to be more informed as you navigate Jewish college life.
Antisemitism Rising: What You Need To Know, Moderated discussion by Dr. Rachel Fish with Yair Rosenberg, Rebecca Federman, Eric Ward, and Daniel Glass.
Context and tips for parents and Jewish youth professionals to support teens as they navigate antisemitism in their communities and on social media.