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Resources for Responding to Hate and Must-Watch Programs on Antisemitism

On November 1, 2022, Congregation Beth Emek invited Seth Brysk of the ADL for a conversation on the current state of antisemitism, how technology is becoming a tool to spread it, and what we can do to fight it. In addition to this program, we invite you to watch the other programs that CCJCC has co-sponsored and use the important resources available below on this page.

Author Dr. Saman­tha A. Vinokor-Mein­rath is a lifelong Jewish educator and learner. With the sharp rise in antisemitism, her valuable and informative talk on Monday, October 24, 2022, was a must-attend program for Generations X to Z.

On Sunday, October 3, 2021, author Ben M. Freeman joined us virtually to answer questions on his book Jewish Pride: Rebuilding a People. Inspired by his experiences with LGBTQ+pride, author Freeman aims to educate, inspire and empower Jews to reject the shame of antisemitism imposed on them by the non-Jewish world.

On August 22, 2021, ADL’s regional director Seth Brysk, university student Micah Bloom and educator Matthew Levin from StandWithUs tackled the changing types of antisemitism and gave valuable tools on how adults, teens and young adults can respond to hate. Website links to some of the resources provided that day are available below. 


Anti-Defamation League


Jewish Community Relations Council


The JCRC has launched a new initiative, Here I Am, that features video stories about personal experiences with antisemitism, background information on antisemitism, resources for both adults and youth, mental health resources and information on organizations that are supporting Jewish diversity. Visit




For online resources:


International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance (IHRA)


Working Definition of Antisemitism


Israeli American Council

IAC Mishalenu - College Students

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