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. 

WCVB Channel 5

Massachusetts authorities say they are prepared to support cities and towns across the state after a former Hamas leader made a generic call for protesters to stage demonstrations on Friday.


The ADL calls for media outlets to be responsible in their coverage of the conflict between Israel and Hamas.


Watch this update from Col. (Ret.) Miri Eisin, director of the International Institute for Counter-Terrorism at Reichman University in Herzliya.

Jewish Journal

Israel was caught off-guard and paid dearly. That won’t happen to Jews in Greater Boston, according to security experts and law enforcement officials keeping watch.

“Now is the time to put our shared values and mutual responsibility for one another and Israel ahead of the things that might divide us.”


We have work to do, which is why I’m so proud that over the past year CJP has partnered with ADL and so many other organizations to launch our 5-Point Plan to combat antisemitism and anti-Zionism. We will not likely eliminate a 3,000-year-old hatred in our lifetimes, but we will certainly be stronger and fight against it more effectively when we fight it together.  

The Boston Globe

Offering comfort, support and a secure place to worship, Jewish religious leaders are trying to keep community members safe in both body and spirit.


The Anti-Defamation League offers 18 best practices for security.

Secure Community Network (SCN)

A guide of low-cost and no-cost safety tips for Jewish institutions.

Department of Homeland Security

Tips on how to stay safe—for oneself and others—in a crowded setting.


The author of a new book about antisemitic conspiracy theories shares his findings on the 200-year history regarding the Rothschild family.

The New York Times

Deborah Lipstadt, the U.S. Special Envoy for Monitoring and Combating Antisemitism, suggests that Jewish pride can be a way to counter antisemitism.