A new take on an old story

Antisemitism is a big problem and it’s a growing problem. Because antisemitism isn’t always blatant and clear, students may not be aware of how deep it runs. They need help to acknowledge, recognize and understand antisemitism.

These videos debunk common myths with real-world illustrative examples. They bring historical context, raising and addressing hard questions. Like why antisemitism is so hard to fight, the human faces behind it, whether criticism for Israel equals antisemitism, and whether antisemitism is unique to a particular Jewish political, religious or ideological group.

Accessible, current, and in a language young people understand, the videos and resources unpack how to recognize antisemitism and understand how it affects Jewish identity and community.

Use the full series

The following resource pack contains programming activities, discussion questions and reflection questions to encourage discussion and exploration of the many facets of antisemitism and its roots.

Use individual videos

Each video is accompanied by educational resources. Engage your students in each of the thought-provoking and insightful subjects.


Co-Executive Producers
Shmuel Katz

Platinum Level Sponsors
Andrea and Lawrence Wolfe Family Foundation

Gold Level Sponsors
Robyn and Russell Greenberg

Silver Level Sponsors
Ezra S. & Sharyn Ashkenazi with the SCA
The Charles Crane Family Foundation
Alison Wolfson

Bronze Level Sponsors
Jane and John August
Deanna and Daniel Blank
Jewish Federation of Broward County
Peter E. Feinberg
The Goldberg Family Foundation
Paulina and Larry Kovalsky and the Jewish Federation of Greater Rochester
Dana and Peter Langerman
Jewish Federation of Northeastern New York
Maytal and David Shainberg
Rachie and Jon Teller

Partner Level
Murray and Stefanie Karp
Bobby Saadian of Wilshire Law Firm

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