Click here for the resource sheet from 2023's Shine a Light on Antisemitism program.


Click here for resources on the current situation in Israel. Click here for a guide to recognizing and discussing problematic rhetoric.



Want to learn more about antisemitism? Click here for an 11-minute video from the University of California, Berkeley titled "Antisemitism in Our Midst: Past and Present" with discussion questions. This video charts the history of antisemitism from its origins until today. It tackles the hard questions about different and changing forms of antisemitism, persistent anti-Jewish stereotypes, the complex racial position of Jews in contemporary America, and the precise line between criticism of Israel and antisemitism.


Here's another informative video: Unsafe Spaces: When Being Jewish Means You Don't Belong


What is antisemitism, and how has it evolved from a demonization of people to now also hostility towards Israel? What are some appropriate ways to respond to this prejudice against Jews and against the Jewish state? Learn more here.


When does criticism of the state of Israel cross over into antisemitism? Learn about the 3 "D"s: demonization of the country, double standards being unfairly imposed upon it, and delegitimization of Israel’s right to exist. 


The Institute for the Study of Contemporary Antisemitism at Indiana University works to analyze manifestations of prejudice and hatred against Jews. Learn more about its work by clicking here.


As anti-Jewish prejudice increases dramatically, educational institutions are obligated to offer support to students, faculty, and staff members. Learn about the 3 "A"s awareness, allyship, and action – and how campuses can implement them.


What can you do if you experience or witness incidents of antisemitism? Here are some ways to respond and take action.


Our partners at Shine a Light on Antisemitism offer resources such as articles, lesson plans, videos, reports, webinars, podcasts, and more, searchable by age and grade. Click here to visit their website.


The State of Ohio's Holocaust and Genocide Memorial and Education Commission offers educational resources, grant opportunities, and more. Click here to visit their website.


For an in-depth look exploring America's response to the Holocaust, one of the greatest humanitarian crises in history, click here to stream Ken Burns' film, "The U.S. and the Holocaust" on PBS.


The Museum of Jewish Heritage – A Living Memorial to the Holocaust compiled an Antisemitism FAQ educator resource in the wake of the October 7 attacks. Click here to access this resource.


Facing antisemitism in the workplace? Click here for a self-advocacy guide for addressing workplace antisemitism and anti-Israel sentiment written by Career Up Now.



Resources for schools and kids

Looking for books that teach children about topics like antisemitism, hate, genocide, and racism? Check out this book list compiled by the ADL for kids of all ages.



Voting and civic engagement

Are you an American citizen? It’s your civic duty to vote. Ohio residents, click here to register. Note: You must be registered to vote (or have updated your registration, if need be) approximately one month before Election Day in order to vote.


The Toledo Lucas County Public Library offers a wealth of resources covering local elections and elected officials, how to run for office, and other important civics information.



Racial justice and Jewish Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (JEDI)

Bigotry takes many forms. As Jews, we have experienced it for centuries. America's recent awakening around systemic problems faced by People of Color has mobilized us to actively address issues relating to racial justice and equity, both in our Jewish communities and in broader society. ​​Click here to learn more.


JCRC mourns the tragic loss of Black lives and commits to fight for racial justice. Check out these great resources compiled by the Buffalo JCRC.



LGBTQ+ inclusion

Indy's JCRC has compiled a great list of resources on how to build an inclusive community for LGBTQ+ Jews. Click here to access these resources.



Jewish American Heritage Month

Here's an excellent list, prepared by the Jewish Community Relations Council of Greater Washington, about ways to celebrate Jewish American Heritage Month in May.


You can also learn more about this important annual event by clicking here.



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