Discover practical advice, support, peer education programs, conversation starters, and more for parents and caregivers of children and teens.
Local youth leaders on how they’re facing Jew hate, supporting Israel, and expressing their Jewish identity.
Dr. Rachel Fish explains its roots and its current rise.
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?
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.
On this podcast, learn how educators are talking to their students about antisemitism rearing its ugly head again in pop culture.
Research shows that one of the best ways that we can help prepare our children to cope with discrimination and intolerance is by being open about it.
Historical fiction book about Nazis invading Denmark and a young boy's courage.
Built to pay tribute to the six million killed and honor the survivors. It’s located offers a unique opportunity for reflection on the importance of human rights.
A variety of courses exploring how the Holocaust happened using videos, primary resources, survivors’ artwork, a virtual tour of the Holocaust Museum, and survivors’ testimonies.
In this free program, Dr. Samantha Vinokor-Meinrath offers suggestions and resources and answers questions on how address this important subject with your children.
An extracurricular program for high school students to get informed and involved.
Four young Jewish American activists are taking direct action against antisemitism and other hate.
Build a Jewish community that prioritizes social justice, connect Jewish communal interests to broader social concerns, and to enable individuals to recognize and build their power to act as change agents with their synagogues.