Jews make up just 2.4% of the U.S. population but are the target of 55% of all religious hate crimes.* 

 However, the majority of incidents go unreported.**  We invited our community to share their stories to shed a light on the pervasive antisemitism we face. Their accounts make it clear: The tropes, the offensive stereotypes, and the hate, harassment, and violence haven’t gone away —  but we’re standing in solidarity — and we won’t back down.

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Last fall, while waiting to cross the street to go to Gillette Stadium for a Patriots game, there was a group of us waiting for the police to let us go. Randomly, a man said, “It’s like being guided to the ovens.” I said, “That is not funny.” He said, “Well it’s the way they...

When I was in 5th grade, one of my peers came up to me and told me that on Monday, it was “kick a Jew day.” When I came into school on Monday I was kicked by many of my classmates.


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If you have personally experienced or witnessed an incident of antisemitism, extremism, bias, bigotry, or hate towards Jews, please share your story with us here for possible inclusion on this website.