Responding to Antisemitism
The Jewish Education Project
The Jewish Education Project is releasing this collection in response to Antisemitic events in the world.
Additional resources on antisemitism and anti-Zionism can be found here.
Watch After Colleyville: Discussing Trauma, Security, and Safety with Students, a conversation between David Bryfman, CEO of The Jewish Education Project, Dr. Betsy Stone, and Rabbi Elizabeth Zeller.
Dr. Samantha Vinokor-Meinrath discusses the world's oldest hatred.
Join us to access an educator’s toolkit to help learners combat antisemitism
Talking With Teens About Antisemitism, Racism, & Mental Health in Response to Kanye West
This mini-lesson explores celebrity influence and online hate, specifically antisemitism.
A national initiative to create a collective light of celebration and spread the joy of Chanukah.
A resource library from Facing History and Ourselves
History has shown that societies suffer where antisemitism is prevalent.
Why is it that even post-Holocaust, Jews experience a large percentage of the world’s hate crimes?
Strategies, lesson plans, and resources to assist teachers in approaching this difficult topic in the classroom.
This video charts the history of antisemitism from its origins until today.
Resources to Support Understanding and Student Wellness
David Bryfman, Dr. Betsy Stone, and Rabbi Elizabeth Zeller discuss supporting ourseleves and others.
A guide to responding to the synagogue attack in Colleyville, TX.