As concern and conversation about antisemitism in the United States increase, we are gathering resources that equip our community with language, context, and analysis to respond to this challenging facet of American Jewish life. Our reading list is by no means exhaustive and the work is ongoing. Should you like to engage more deeply with the work of combatting antisemitism, we invite you to join our working group (read more below).
Antisemitism is a growing problem in New York, the United States, Europe and around the world. In an effort to join the front lines against this ever-present hatred, the CRS Fights Antisemitism Committee, together with CRS clergy and staff, have developed this webpage to provide information about antisemitism and about what actions we at CRS can take individually and as a community.
Membership on the CRS Fights Antisemitism Committee is open to all CRS members and we would love to have you join us. If you are interested in learning more about this Committee, please email email@example.com and a committee member will contact you.
CRS is proud to be a Signature Synagogue with ADL New York. ADL’s Signature Synagogue Program ignites congregation-wide commitment to raising awareness of and speaking out against antisemitism and hate. This Program creates a unifying initiative for community education and engagement, connecting dozens of New York/New Jersey synagogues under a common goal of fighting antisemitism.
Visit ADL.org to find resources on antisemitism research, tracking, education, and more.
Learn about the Social Pattern Library at the ADL’s Center for Technology and Society.