Find opportunities to learn and get involved, including Employee Resource Groups, tools for navigating challenging conversations in the workplace, how to report incidents, and other resources — including security grants and trainings — specific to Jewish-identifying adults. 

Jewish Journal of Greater Boston

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

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.

Department of Education

The Center for Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships at the U.S. Department of Education provides a list of resources for students, educators and communities.

National Council of Jewish Women

The National Council of Jewish Women offers a downloadable resource guide for its local sections on the U.S. National Strategy to Counter Antisemitism.


The AJC provides a summary of what it calls the most comprehensive antisemitism legislation ever created in the U.S.

ADL New England

Massive spike post-Oct. 7 recorded; campus incidents tripled; bomb threats targeting Jewish institutions up tenfold across the country.

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.


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.


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My Jewish Learning

My Jewish Learning provides a primer on "the world's oldest hatred."