One of the most important things we can all do is to learn what anti-Jewish hate looks like and speak out when we see it. Use the tips and resources in “Respond when you witness anti-Jewish hate” section below to learn more.
Respond when you witness anti-Jewish hate
Intervention can be a powerful tool in challenging bias and making others feel supported. Learn how to respond to biased statements, support those who have been harrassed, and report an antisemitic incident.
Challenging biased language
Help challenge antisemitism by speaking up and citing facts when you hear someone using biased language - with or without bad intent.
Having conversations at home, in school, at work, and with your community is a great way to foster a more inclusive community. Use these resources to help you celebrate diversity and challenge antisemitism wherever you are.
A diverse reading list from the Anti-Defamation League (ADL)
Teach your children to embrace diversity and act with kindness and empathy towards others by reading books that feature diverse characters and discuss Jewish culture.
Shine A Light offers a list of recommended articles, speeches, videos, and more that can help kids get a deeper understanding of antisemitism, recognize it in all its modern forms, and learn how to take action.