What will you do if…
- Your middle school daughter tells you that kids were telling Holocaust jokes at school?
- You invite some neighbors over for a barbeque and someone makes an anti-Semitic comment about Israel?
- Your sixth grader asks you why some friends threw pennies at him when he walked into school that morning?
ADL’s Confronting Anti-Semitism program seeks to empower Jewish youth to explore their personal experiences with anti-Semitism, learn about common anti-Semitic stereotypes, and respond safely and effectively to anti-Semitism. For more information, please contact us.
Confronting Anti-Semitism Community Programs - The Confronting Anti-Semitism Program is an interactive education program for middle and high school youth and adult family members designed to empower and equip the Jewish community with constructive and effective responses to anti-Semitic incidents and the persistent anti-Semitic stereotypes that are often at the root of such incidents.
Confronting Anti-Semitism Campus Programs - The Confronting Anti-Semitism on Campus Program for college and college-bound students provides tools to effectively respond to anti-Semitism and anti-Israel bias on campus. Designed to meet the unique needs of each community, Confronting Anti-Semitism on Campus provides students with the knowledge, skills and motivation to take action in the face of anti-Semitic prejudice and bigotry.