Resources on Antisemitism
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    Resources on Antisemitism

    With antisemitic incidents rising substantially in recent years and surging in 2021, and with students returning to middle/high school and college campuses at a particularly challenging time, we felt it might be helpful to compile resources, events and opportunities to take action.

    Events and Actions

    Here I Am  (JCRC and JCEF)

    The OFJCC is proud to be a community partner on a new initiative by the Jewish Community Relations Council and the Jewish Community Federation and Endowment Fund, demonstrating the vibrancy, diversity and values of the Bay Area Jewish community. Learn how you can help to bring light to personal experiences with antisemitism and educate the community about being effective allies.

    Never Is Now  (ADL)
    November 7–9
    The ADL is holding the world's largest summit on antisemitism and hate, "Never Is Now," online from November 7–9.

    Digital Ambassador Program  (Israel21c)
    Israel21c's Digital Ambassador Program empowers college students to make a difference in the dialogue about Israel online and on campus. Learn more.

    Report an Incident to ADL  (ADL)
    If you have experienced or witnessed an incident of antisemitism, extremism, bias, bigotry or hate, you can report it to ADL for assessment and response.

    Tools for Students and Families

    Table Talk  (ADL)
    Table Talk is ADL's program to offer parents, families and caregivers tools and strategies for family conversations about current events and difficult topics.

    AJC Campus Library  (AJC)
    The American Jewish Committee's Campus Library has everything that the Jewish students in your life need to know about antisemitism, navigating campus life as a Jewish student and becoming well-informed and effective advocates for Israel and the Jewish people.

    A Freshman's Guide to Navigating Jewish Life on Campus  (Unpacked)
    Unpacked's Shaked Karabelnicoff gives new college students the lay of the land with a guide to campus organizations, religious accommodations and how to address difficult questions on campus. 

    More Resources on Antisemitism

    The JCRC has a helpful report for understanding "The Global Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) Movement."

    The ADL regularly reports on the state of antisemitism and cyberhate online. Their most recent report is the "2021 Online Antisemitism Report Card."

    The ADL also has a comprehensive resource on antisemitism, "Antisemitism Uncovered: A Guide to Old Myths in a New Era."

    Vibe Israel offers a paid course titled, "Influence Without Authority: How to Talk about Israel on Social Media."


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