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).

eJewish Philanthropy

The head of TribeTalk urges better preparation for kids during a time of unprecedented antisemitism.

WBZ News

A tribute wall in Newton recognizing Israeli hostages that was vandalized in March has been rededicated in an event that drew hundreds of people.

Clark University

The Strassler Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies at Clark University hosted a forum on antisemitism on March 25, 2024.

Hillel International

A Hillel International survey finds that rising antisemitism and anti-Zionism post-Oct. 7 are impacting college choices by Jewish high schoolers and parents.


Liza Wiemer, author of award-winning novel The Assignment, shares tips for students and teachers on dealing with antisemitism at school.


The ADL offers a toolkit on how to respond to hate propaganda, including why it exists and how it is disseminated.

ADL Center on Extremism

The ADL addresses several conspiracy theories blaming Jews and/or Israel for the Crocus City Hall terror attack outside Moscow.


The Anti-Defamation League reports a nationwide increase in white supremacist propaganda -- including antisemitism -- from 2022 to 2023.

Jim Joseph Foundation

This study by Prof. Eitan Hersh of Tufts University examines "Jewish engagement and social tension on campus" -- including antisemitism -- in the wake of the Oct. 7 attacks.


The Jewish Community Relations Council of Greater Boston voices concern over some recent actions of the Mass.Teachers Association in the wake of the Oct. 7 attacks on Israel and subsequent Israeli war against Hamas.

Facing History & Ourselves

This webinar addresses the overlaps and distinctions between antisemitism and critical discussions about Israel.


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