Responding to the New Anti-Semitism

Learn what you can do to help those organizations on the front line, our first responders, put out the fires of intolerance and hatred

March 11: Stand With Us: Supporting the Jewish People Around the World

March 25: JIMENA: Jews Indigenous to the Middle East and North Africa seek justice

April 8: ADL: To stop the defamation of the Jewish people, and to secure justice and fair treatment to all

April 29: CAMERA Countering Media Bias, anti-Semitism in Textbooks, and Campus anti-Semitism

May 13: Amcha Initiative: focusing on faculty boycotters of Israel and faculty involvement with campus anti-Semitism

May 27: CAMERA Countering Media Bias, anti-Semitism in textbooks, and campus anti-Semitism

In Sonoma County, unless you are on a college campus, we experience anti-Semitism and hate speech, mostly secondhand, through online channels. Elsewhere, our fellow Jews feel it firsthand: the anti-Semitic voicemails and swastika left at synagogues, the bombings of Jewish establishments throughout Europe and the Middle East, the rise of neo-Nazis and BDS.

Sixty-some years ago, Arab countries expelled a million Jews and much of the Jewish community was silent. Things are even worse now; even the UN Secretary-General acknowledges the New anti-Semitism.

On Sundays, come hear how the organizations devoted to keeping us safe are putting out the fires of the New anti-Semitism on campuses, in cities, and in the nations around the world.

March 11, 2018 to May 27, 2018
12:00 AM - 12:00 AM
Congregation Beth Ami
4676 Mayette Avenue
Santa Rosa


Organized By: 
Congregation Beth Ami
Event Contact Person: 
Elizabeth Jarlsberg