Discover practical advice, support, peer education programs, conversation starters, and more for parents and caregivers of children and teens.


Join speaker Melissa Garlick, the CJP’s Senior Director of Combatting Antisemitism and Building Civic Engagement.


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.


Register to hear how discourse on campus is impacting community conversations around Israel and antisemitism.

Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe

The internet presents a new and essential challenge: learning the skill set needed to accurately identify what is true and what is false.


Local youth leaders on how they’re facing Jew hate, supporting Israel, and expressing their Jewish identity.


These expert-recommended fiction and nonfiction reads tackle antisemitism and/or racism.


Do we induct them into a stance of defensiveness, or show them a Judaism we offer as a gift?


Words of wisdom from a Boston rabbi.

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.


Online abuse includes antisemitism; organizations suggest ways to respond.


How to recognize it, what its effects are, and how to stop it.


The Lappin Foundation spotlights Holocaust survivors in a powerful 7-minute film.


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.


CJP’s Communal Security Initiative shares tips for security as Jews celebrate the New Year.

USA Today

Two separate studies have found that antisemitism is all too common on multiple popular social media platforms.

Southern Poverty Law Center

This Oscar-winning 1995 film chronicles Gerda Weissmann Klein's account of surviving the Holocaust.

National Center for Institutional Diversity

An article about teaching media literacy to marginalized youth to help them deal with racial, gender and class-based violence and injustice.


Dr. Rachel Fish explains its roots and its current rise.


Context and tips for parents and Jewish youth professionals to support teens as they navigate antisemitism in their communities and on social media.


Start a conversation with a friend or family member about something you’ve learned.