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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).

CJP

From food to folk-dancing, places to seek sanctuary and camaraderie.

Zioness

Resources, guidance and engagement opportunities for progressive "Zionesses" on college and university campuses.

ADL

The ADL offers guidance to incoming college and university students on how to prepare for antisemitism and anti-Zionism on campus -- including 13 specific situations.

ADL

The ADL offers guidance for families on how to hold conversations around current events.

ADL

The ADL recommends that workplace DEI departments include combating antisemitism and addressing Jewish employees' needs.

ADL

A bibliography of children's and young adult literature that addresses bias, bigotry, diversity and social justice.

CJP

Having returned from her recent Women's Leadership Solidarity Mission to Israel, CJP's Melissa Garlick, Senior Director, Combating Antisemitism and Building Civic Engagement, reflects on women's experience of war.

CJP

"The terror attack on Oct. 7 has shaken my worldview to the core. I stopped feeling safe, became fearful, and started to wonder where I belong."

The Boston Globe

Colleges’ responses to Oct. 7 Hamas attack on Israel highlight struggles of Jewish college students.

Shine A Light

This Chanukah, we will come together to observe the inaugural Shine A Light Shabbat on Friday, Dec. 8.

Shine A Light

The organization #ShineALight offers a conversation guide for Shabbat. The first step to eliminating forms of hate is to talk about it openly and honestly.

CJP

Watch the program from the largest pro-Israel gathering in history.

The Boston Globe

Some Jewish students now say they fear for their physical safety. Meanwhile, university leaders face a high-wire balancing act.