Antisemitism Resources

Additional Antisemitism Resources

The United States Commission for International Religious Freedom addresses antisemitism worldwide, regularly publishing fact sheets and reports, accessible here:
Their 2020 report on Antisemitism in Europe addresses a broad range of issues and concerns:

We are proud that our Senior Rabbi Sharon Kleinbaum served as a USCIRF Commissioner from 2021-2023.

T’ruah: The Rabbinic Call for Human Rights, recently published “A Very Brief Guide to Understanding Antisemitism,” which is available to download for free here:

JFREJ (Jews for Racial and Economic Justice) “Understanding Antisemitism,” published in November 2017:, and their more recent “Unraveling Antisemitism” map, published in August 2021:

The ADL (Anti-Defamation League) publications “Discussing Anti-Semitism: A Guide for Reflection and Conversation,” with one version for parents and educators, and another for young adults.

Deborah Lipstadt’s book “History on Trial” documents her legal battle with a Holocaust denier, which turned into a legal battle to prove that the Holocaust happened.

The film “Denial,” based on Lipstadt’s book, is also excellent.

Tamika Mallory speaks on 105.1 FM’s “The Breakfast Club” in 2019 about the dangers and evil of anti-Semitism: “Black folks particularly need to pay attention to antisemitism,” and the “white nationalism that Donald Trump stands for is the same white nationalism that seeks to oppress Jewish and black people.”Watch the excerpt here:, or the full 30-minute interview here:

An interview with historian David Nirenberg from January 2020 about rising antisemitism:, and his book, Anti-Judaism: The Western Tradition:

An article by Rabbi Jill Jacobs, Executive Director of T’ruah: the Rabbinic Call for Human Rights, on “How to tell when criticism of Israel is actually anti-Semitism,” from 2018:

And an interview with Rabbi Jacobs on MSNBC from May 2021, explaining “5 ways to check if you’re being antisemitic when criticizing Israel”:

The Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) tracks hate groups across the United States, including white supremacist and neo-Nazi groups – their “hate map” shows where different groups are active:

People and organizations to follow on social media

Ruth ben Ghiat

Eric Ward

Deborah Lipstadt

Western States Center

ADL (Anti-Defamation League)

T’ruah: the Rabbinic Call for Human Rights

JFREJ (Jews for Racial and Economic Justice)

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