Our schools are ground zero in the fight against antisemitism and can be one of the first places kids are exposed to it. From 2022–2023, antisemitic incidents in K–12 schools increased by 135% from the year before. Discover practical advice, support, peer education programs, conversation starters, and more for parents and caregivers of children and teens. 


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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.


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

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.


Words of wisdom from a Boston rabbi.


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


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.


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.

Lappin Foundation

In this free program, Dr. Samantha Vinokor-Meinrath offers suggestions and resources and answers questions on how address this important subject with your children.