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Antisemitism Today

Help equip students to recognize contemporary manifestations of antisemitism and their origins using these resources.

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Language

English — US

Subject

  • Civics & Citizenship
  • English & Language Arts
  • History
  • Social Studies

Grade

6–12
  • Antisemitism

Overview

About This Collection

Old antisemitic stereotypes and ideas have been given new packaging and justification in the modern era. Blaming Jews for social ills and crises remains a convenient conspiracy theory when people in a community are experiencing fear and anxiety. When people perpetuate antisemitic images, ideas, and references, whether it be in political campaigns, on social media platforms, or in pop culture, the resources below will help equip students to recognize these contemporary manifestations of antisemitism and their origins.

This collection is designed to be flexible. You can use all of the resources or choose a selection best suited to your classroom. It includes:

  • 3 on-demand webinars
  • 1 lesson
  • 1 explainer
  • 1 mini-lesson
  • 2 readings
  • 1 video

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