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Dear Friends,

Jewish communities worldwide faced alarming threats this year, including street assaults, synagogue vandalizations, cemetery desecrations, and unprecedented levels of antisemitic vitriol on social media, among other disturbing manifestations of hatred.

In November alone, the Combat Antisemitism Movement (CAM) tracked 213 antisemitic incidents globally, a sharp 30% rise from the previous month. And after every incident, we must remember there was an individual, family, and community left traumatized.

As a CAM coalition member, you can have a meaningful impact in the urgent fight against antisemitism. No matter where you are in the world, you have the ability to help the collective effort against Jew-hatred by participating in one of the coordinated actions detailed below and enlisting family and friends to join you.

We believe in the power of unified action and storytelling. If you need support launching a local initiative and reaching CAM’s international network, email us so we can amplify your voice.

CAM also produces and shares video stories of everyday victims of antisemitism. If you have been personally affected by Jew-hatred, tell us your story so we can share it with the world.

ACTION 1:

SIGN THE PETITION DEMANDING DUKE UNIVERSITY STOP DISCRIMINATING AGAINST JEWISH GROUPS

The Duke University Student Government voted against a Students Supporting Israel (SSI) chapter becoming an officially-recognized organization on campus simply because of its Zionist identity. This type of antisemitic discrimination should never be allowed at U.S. educational institutions. SSI is active on 160 campuses, and it is working to overturn this outrageous decision.

3,200 people have signed SSI’s petition, and with your help, it can reach its goal of 5,000 signatures. Sign and share SSI’s petition calling on Duke University to recognize the local Students Supporting Israel chapter.

SIGN HERE
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ACTION 2:

LEARN FROM TOP OFFICIALS ABOUT THE CONTEMPORARY GLOBAL FIGHT AGAINST ANTISEMITISM AND HATE SPEECH

Top leaders tasked with fighting antisemitism at the national and international levels came together last week at the third-annual Kyiv Jewish Forum for a unique panel discussion titled “Antisemitism and Hate Speech: Today’s Challenges.”

The conversation featured high-level officials from Ukraine, Israel, European Union, Organization of American States, and Canada sharing their valuable insights on this critical issue. Learn how these experts — all deeply committed to protecting the Jewish people — view potential solutions to the world’s oldest hatred.

WATCH HERE
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ACTION 3:

SIGN THE PETITION URGING THE CITY OF BARCELONA TO FIGHT ANTISEMITISM

Following a recent Nazi swastika graffiti incident in Barcelona, Spain, we launched a petition calling on Barcelona’s City Council to adopt the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance (IHRA) Working Definition of Antisemitism. The world must not be silent while Spanish Jews are threatened.

Unfortunately, this was not an isolated incident. In fact, it reflects the relentless hatred which the Jews of Spain have endured for centuries. But hope is not lost, and you can demonstrate solidarity and encourage positive change by signing and sharing the petition for Barcelona to adopt the IHRA definition.

SIGN HERE
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ACTION 4:

HELP CAM BROADEN ITS IMPACT IN FIGHT AGAINST ANTISEMITISM

You have the power to help deepen the Combat Antisemitism Movement’s influence and amplify its messages. With antisemitism surging across the globe, CAM’s ultimate mission to defeating the world’s oldest hatred has never been more vital. In these challenging times, your gift to support this work is critical.

Your contribution will make a meaningful difference in the worldwide fight against antisemitism.

DONATE TODAY
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ACTION 5:

SHARE THE HEROISM OF RODDIE EDMONDS ON SOCIAL MEDIA

U.S. Army Master Sergeant Roddie Edmonds refused to abandon his Jewish comrades, even when threatened at gunpoint by a Nazi POW camp commander. For his courageous actions, Edmonds was the first American serviceperson to be designated a “Righteous Among Nations” by Yad Vashem.

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ACTION 6:

INVITE FRIENDS AND FAMILY TO FOLLOW CAM ON SOCIAL MEDIA

More than half of all Americans believe antisemitism is a problem in the United States, but how much do they actually know about it? Involve your friends in the urgent fight against Jew-hatred by inviting them to follow the Combat Antisemitism Movement on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube.

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