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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).
In the Jewish community, we understand all too well that racist, antisemitic, and extremist violence are intended to push us into the realm of despair and silence. We stand on the shoulders of prior generations who bravely gave their hearts, souls, and lives to democracy and freedom for us to continue that fight.
Melissa Garlick, Senior Director, Combatting Antisemitism and Building Civic Engagement, talks on Movin’ and Groovin’ with Ellen Kagan about antisemitism: what it is and how to respond. Melissa also talks about the National Strategy to Counter Antisemitism that the White House shared, which is its first national plan ever directly addressing Jewish hate.
The internet presents a new and essential challenge: learning the skill set needed to accurately identify what is true and what is false.
Deborah Lipstadt, the U.S. Special Envoy for Monitoring and Combating Antisemitism, suggests that Jewish pride can be a way to counter antisemitism.
Antisemitism strikes a Jewish family's idea of home in the new production at the Huntington Theatre, "Prayer for the French Republic."
Rabbi Marc Baker, president and CEO of CJP, discusses the national march for civil rights in Washington, D.C., and how it inspires him to work for social change locally.
Journalist and author Tom Teicholz recommends educating Gen Z about the threat of newly resurgent antisemitism, citing Rabbi Diana Fersko's recent book on the subject and developments in high schools and colleges.