Don’t Miss Combat Antisemitism Movement Events During May


Dear Friends,

Mark you calendars and don’t miss a bustling line up of events this May. Celebrate Jewish American Heritage Month and become more engaged in the struggle against antisemitism.

Join events focused on combatting Jew-hatred around the world, with diverse viewpoints covering Germany, France, Portugal, Scandinavia, and the United States.

Sign the petition demanding justice for Sarah Halimi and join the new #ProtectTheFacts campaign to raise awareness about the rising trend of Holocaust distortion.

Happening Tomorrow!

Join us for a fascinating discussion in the next installment of CAM’s “20 Minutes With” partner webinar series with March of Life’s Heinz Reuss on May 6th at 10:00AM EDT.

The March of Life, comprising descendants of German Nazi soldiers, addresses contemporary antisemitism by organizing reconciliation marches at Holocaust sites across Europe. In this important webinar, Heinz Reuss will discuss the remarkable reconciliation process between descendants of the victims and perpetrators of Nazi persecution.

Register Here

Justice for Sarah Halimi:
An International Movement Is Born

Wednesday, May 19th at 12:00 PM EDT / 6:00 PM Paris Time

Hear from key figures in the growing international movement demanding justice for murdered French Jewish grandmother Sarah Halimi at this timely event hosted by CRIF and CAM.

Learn more about the Halimi case and find out what we can do together, to ensure no Jew in France will ever again be denied justice like the Halimi family.

Register Here

Cities Fighting Antisemitism and Fostering Interfaith Tolerance:

A Conversation With Porto Mayor Rui Moreira

Thursday, May 20th at 10:00 AM EDT / 3:00 PM Porto Time

On a continent where antisemitism has been on the rise, Portugal is a notable exception. Porto has a long Jewish history, including its role as a refuge for Jews fleeing the Nazis.

CAM is honored to host a special conversation featuring Porto Mayor Rui Moreira. Mayor Moreira will reflect on his city’s storied Jewish past and speak to the future of its once-again thriving Jewish community, as well as share his insights on how local governments can fight bigotry and promote cross-religious harmony.

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Solidarity Sabbath 2021:

What WW-II Era Scandinavia Can Teach Us About Solidarity Across Religions

Thursday, May 20th at 12:30 PM EDT / 6:30 PM CET

The Lantos Foundation is partnering with the Combat Antisemitism Movement to host a virtual screening of the powerful new documentary “Passage to Sweden” – followed by a conversation with global leaders about drawing inspiration from heroic actions by individuals in Scandinavian countries during the Holocaust.

“Passage To Sweden” examines the unique experience of Jews in Scandinavia during the Second World War, where spontaneous and dramatic rescue operations were conducted to save thousands of Jewish lives. The film offers moving and inspiring examples of how solidarity with our fellow humans is vital to ensuring fundamental human rights for all of us.

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Let My People Go! Jewish Americans & The Soviet Jewry Movement:

Lessons in Solidarity for Today’s Struggle Against Antisemitism

Thursday, May 27th at 12:00 PM EDT

In celebration of Jewish American Heritage Month, the Combat Antisemitism Movement, the National Museum of American Jewish History and the National Coalition Supporting Eurasian Jewry are partnering for a special symposium reflecting upon the Free Soviet Jewry movement.

Blending grassroots activism and political advocacy, the movement culminated in millions of Jews behind the Iron Curtain being allowed to emigrate and practice their religion freely.

As the societal sickness of antisemitism is flaring up yet again, targeting not only Jewish communities abroad, but also Jewish Americans, the symposium will highlight the cross-communal partnerships forged between people of diverse backgrounds to achieve the movement’s goals.

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We Demand Justice for Sarah Halimi – A Grandmother Stabbed to Death Because She Was Jewish

Sarah Halimi’s murderer must be held accountable for his heinous actions. French citizens, especially Jews, are not safe if religiously-motivated murder goes unpunished. Her killer, Kobili Traoré, must be brought to justice.

Demand French authorities rectify this judicial travesty. Sign the petition to France’s Minister of Justice demanding French authorities prosecute Traoré for his barbaric murder.

Show the French authorities that millions are willing to fight for justice.

Sign Petition Here

#ProtectTheFacts Campaign Against Holocaust Distortion

Honoring the Past. Safeguarding the Future.

Less than eight decades after the Nazi genocide of the Jews, Holocaust distortion is on the rise. While the phenomenon can be harder to identify than blatant Holocaust denial, it is just as dangerous.

To raise awareness of this pernicious trend, the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance (IHRA), United Nations, and UNESCO have launched a year-long #ProtectTheFacts digital campaign to help people better recognize Holocaust distortion.

Join Campaign Here

The Combat Anti-Semitism Movement (CAM) is currently hiring student interns for the summer.

Our virtual internships offer opportunities for candidates to strengthen their advocacy and non-profit skills while make a lasting impact.

Interested candidates should send their resume to [email protected] to learn more about summer internship opportunities.

Learn More Here


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