Addressing Anti-Semitism: Lessons from the Past, Practices for Today

The stark rise in anti-Semitism and hate crimes in the United States over the past few years has spilled over to increased incidents affecting our daily lives. Reacting to this unwelcome change, many of us are seeking context, understanding, and resources to combat anti-Semitism in our communities. Join us for a discussion with Abigail E. Miller, Director of Education at the Holocaust Museum and Center for Tolerance and Education in an intense workshop that will provide necessary historical background to help understand traditional and contemporary anti-Semitism – and to work proactively and reactively to mitigate it. Attendees will learn strategies and analyze language to identify and combat anti-Semitism wherever it occurs. Bringing depth and practicality to a complex issue, this workshop will equip participants with practical tools for addressing anti-Semitism through intervention and education.

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Date(s) - Sep 18, 2019
9:00 am - 11:00 am

Emergency Services Center


3 Executive Boulevard
3rd Floor
Yonkers NY 10701