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Stand Up to Jewish Hate is a national campaign designed to raise awareness about antisemitism and hatred against Jews and to encourage all people to post and share the Blue Square to stand up against intolerance.

Check-out the resources below to learn more about modern antisemitism and understand how you can take action and stand up against it.

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 What Is Antisemitism?

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Jewish American Heritage Month

The Foundation to Combat Antisemitism & Weitzman National Museum of American Jewish History are partnering together to empower all people to #StandUpToJewishHate this Jewish American Heritage Month.

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Report Campus Hate

Antisemitism and hate have no place on campus. Help our partners provide support, identify patterns and trends, and ensure that colleges and universities feel safe for Jewish students.

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Combined Jewish Philanthropies encourages everyone to #StandUpToJewishHate during Passover

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How Prevalent is Antisemitism Online?

Almost two-thirds of Jewish Americans (67%) have seen antisemitism online or on social media in the past year. Even more, one-in-eight Jewish Americans have reported being personally targeted by antisemitic remarks or posts online or through social media in the past year.

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Is Antisemitism on the Rise Globally?

Yes, antisemitism is on the rise around the world. Antisemitic attitudes and hate crimes have been steadily increasing over the years. It is not just a threat to the Jewish community – accepted hate, in any form, is a threat to our society.

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If you see antisemitic activity in your community or online, contact our partners at the ADL. 

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Learn More about Antisemitism in the United States.

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Combat Antisemitism in the Workplace

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How Secure do Jewish Americans Feel?

Over 40% of Jewish Americans feel less secure than they did a year ago. That loss of security is due, in large part, to the rise of antisemitic attacks in the past year and how acceptable antisemitism and racism have become. To stop the normalization of antisemitism, Americans must speak out against antisemitic tropes and conspiracy theories.

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Speak Out Against Antisemitic Comments and Jokes

With antisemitic rhetoric on the rise, it’s important to not to ignore hateful comments when you hear them. In many instances, people who make these types of comments or jokes are unaware that what they said was problematic. When this happens, it is recommended to immediately inform the person so they know that what they said was antisemitic. This allows everyone to see the issue with what was said, and shows victims of the statement that they have an ally.

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Combat Antisemitism in the Classroom

 Helpful resources for teachers and administrators to effectively teach about antisemitism in the classroom

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2022 Audit of Antisemitic Events

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Recognize Different Types of Antisemitism 

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Current State of Antisemitism (2022 Report)

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How Much Do You Know About Antisemitism?

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Take a Stand Against Antisemitism

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More than 71 cities and towns in Massachusetts experienced at least one antisemitic incident in 2022, compared to 54 the previous year.

Massachusetts recorded the second highest number of white supremacist propaganda incidents in the United States last year, largely attributed to groups like Patriot Front, the Nationalist Social Club and the Goyim Defense League.

Patriot Front is a Texas-based white supremacist group that has become "increasingly active" in Massachusetts due to the state’s historical significance. Members marched through downtown Boston last July, displaying flags, wearing riot shields and raising banners that read "Reclaim America" and "Strong Families Make Strong Nations."

This hate has no place in Massachusetts as Gov. Maura Healy affirmed, saying "We stand with the LGBTQ+ community, Jewish community, communities of color, and all who are the targets of hate and discrimination."

It is on all of us to call out hate, in all forms, wherever it festers. If you see something, report it, and be a part of our movement to #StandUpToJewishHate. #🟦

Link in bio for @adl_national’s full report.

More than 71 cities and towns in Massachusetts experienced at least one antisemitic incident in 2022, compared to 54 the previous year.

Massachusetts recorded the second highest number of white supremacist propaganda incidents in the United States last year, largely attributed to groups like Patriot Front, the Nationalist Social Club and the Goyim Defense League.

Patriot Front is a Texas-based white supremacist group that has become "increasingly active" in Massachusetts due to the state’s historical significance. Members marched through downtown Boston last July, displaying flags, wearing riot shields and raising banners that read "Reclaim America" and "Strong Families Make Strong Nations."

This hate has no place in Massachusetts as Gov. Maura Healy affirmed, saying "We stand with the LGBTQ+ community, Jewish community, communities of color, and all who are the targets of hate and discrimination."

It is on all of us to call out hate, in all forms, wherever it festers. If you see something, report it, and be a part of our movement to #StandUpToJewishHate. #🟦

Link in bio for @adl_national’s full report.
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Celebrate #JewishAmericanHeritageMonth by learning more about Jewish Americans. Dive into #OurSharedHeritage and discover something new this month! 

JAHM Fact: Did you know that these Jewish refugees settled in New Amsterdam, which is known today as #NewYorkCity? 🌎🍎 
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Celebrate #JewishAmericanHeritageMonth by learning more about Jewish Americans. Dive into #OurSharedHeritage and discover something new this month!

JAHM Fact: Did you know that these Jewish refugees settled in New Amsterdam, which is known today as #NewYorkCity? 🌎🍎
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CUNYedu joins StandUpToJewishHate, a new campaign to raise awareness about #antisemitism and mobilize all Americans to support the Jewish community as they address growing hatred and intolerance. #StandUpToJewishHate

CUNYedu joins StandUpToJewishHate, a new campaign to raise awareness about #antisemitism and mobilize all Americans to support the Jewish community as they address growing hatred and intolerance. #StandUpToJewishHate ...

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CUNY joins #StandUpToJewishHate, a new campaign to raise awareness about antisemitism and mobilize all Americans to show support for the Jewish community as they address growing hatred and intolerance. We are asking everyone to post and share #🟦 on social media, using the blue square emoji, as a simple but powerful unifying symbol of solidarity.

CUNY joins #StandUpToJewishHate, a new campaign to raise awareness about antisemitism and mobilize all Americans to show support for the Jewish community as they address growing hatred and intolerance. We are asking everyone to post and share #🟦 on social media, using the blue square emoji, as a simple but powerful unifying symbol of solidarity. ...

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American Jews have a strong history of serving their country, especially during World War II. Casualties among Jewish servicemembers totaled more than 38,000 by the end of the war.

Among those who never made it home was Rabbi Alexander D. Goode, a lieutenant in the U.S. Army. Goode was one of the “Four Chaplains,” a group of interfaith chaplains who sacrificed their lives to save other soldiers during the sinking of the Dorchester in 1943. As hundreds of men packed the sinking ship’s deck, the Four Chaplains handed out life vests and helped them evacuate onto lifeboats. When the vests ran out, the chaplains gave away their own and then linked arms to pray and sing as they went down with the ship.

This #MemorialDay we honor Goode, the Four Chaplains, and so many others who have given their lives in pursuit of freedom and justice for all.

#StandUpToJewishHate #🟦 #JewishAmericanHeritageMonth #JAHM
The Jewish community around the world is currently celebrating Shavuot, which means “Feast of Weeks.”

This holiday commemorates the grain harvest of the early summer and the giving of the Torah on Mount Sinai. It occurs seven weeks after the Jews escaped over 400 years of enslavement in Egypt, which this year happens to partially overlap with Memorial Day weekend.

Each family celebrates this holiday differently, but common traditions include eating dairy products and enjoying foods flavored with rosewater.

Tag a friend that you want to share a cheesecake with this Shavuot. ⬇️⬇️

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A criminal investigation is underway in Germany after Roger Waters, former member of the band ‘Pink Floyd,’ sparked outrage at a recent concert in Berlin after putting on a performance riddled with antisemitic rhetoric. This included dressing as an SS officer (the elite guard of the Nazi Reich and Hitler’s executive force) and incorporating a distorted misrepresentation of Anne Frank into his performance. 

The concert opened with fans applauding a displayed message that read, "On a matter of public interest: a court in Frankfurt has ruled that I am not an anti-Semite." Waters proceeded to pretend to fire a machine gun at the audience and sang the song, “In the Flesh,” whose lyrics include, “and that one looks Jewish… if I had my way, I’d have them all shot.”

These insensitive acts glorify the horrors committed by the Nazis and diminish the experiences of the millions of victims who were murdered. They also disregard the suffering of victims who are still alive today. It’s all of our responsibility to #StandUpToJewishHate and call it out everywhere. Show your support and solidarity for the Jewish community by sharing the #🟦 today.
This attack is another example of the growing threat of extremism and antisemitism that exists in society today.

In addition to the blatant antisemitism displayed, the attacker wanted to "seize power" and "kill the president.” This is an important reminder that anyone can harbor antisemitism and hatred.

We all have to call out hate and violence when we see it, and #StandUpToJewishHate wherever it shows up. #🟦

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More than 71 cities and towns in Massachusetts experienced at least one antisemitic incident in 2022, compared to 54 the previous year.

Massachusetts recorded the second highest number of white supremacist propaganda incidents in the United States last year, largely attributed to groups like Patriot Front, the Nationalist Social Club and the Goyim Defense League.

Patriot Front is a Texas-based white supremacist group that has become "increasingly active" in Massachusetts due to the state’s historical significance. Members marched through downtown Boston last July, displaying flags, wearing riot shields and raising banners that read "Reclaim America" and "Strong Families Make Strong Nations."

This hate has no place in Massachusetts as Gov. Maura Healy affirmed, saying "We stand with the LGBTQ+ community, Jewish community, communities of color, and all who are the targets of hate and discrimination."

It is on all of us to call out hate, in all forms, wherever it festers. If you see something, report it, and be a part of our movement to #StandUpToJewishHate. #🟦

Link in bio for @adl_national’s full report.