Responding To Antisemitism Online:
Resources


The rise in antisemitism over the past several months, and particularly in recent weeks, is alarming. More than 2,100 acts of assault, vandalism and harassment have been recorded in the US alone. This is the highest level of antisemitic incidents since tracking began in 1979.

The Baltimore Jewish Council and The Associated are committed to fighting antisemitism. We are devoted to our collective safety, and ensuring that you, our community, have the resources needed to combat this hate.

To that end, we have compiled a list of resources, guides, webinars and more to help provide you with education, context and guidance.

Voices from The Past

Read an open letter to American leaders and citizens from a community of Holocaust survivors.

The U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum assembled a variety of lesson plans and videos for confronting antisemitism.

Security Guides

Our partners at the Secure Community Network monitor national and international threats, and they organize training webinars with top national experts that we make available to security personnel across our community. They have assembled helpful guides on critical security areas, including:

Cyber-Safety Hate Action Guide

Hate is prolific everywhere — ADL has prepared a guide if you encounter hate or other antisemitism online and the steps you can take.

Education Material

Talking about antisemitism can be tricky — especially when talking to kids and people of other faiths. We as a Jewish community can continue to educate ourselves about what is an antisemitic incident, how to respond and when to report it. Online hate is also growing and it will take all of us to report it when we see it. Here are a few resources we compiled to help educate you:

Have you experienced or witnessed an incident of antisemitism, extremism, bias, bigotry or hate? Report it today.


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