Partners in Action – CAM’s Coalition Taking A Stand Against Anti-Semitism
January 21, 2021
Each week we highlight the activities of our partner organizations around the world who are doing amazing work to combat anti-Semitism in their communities.
The week of January 17th, many of the Combat Anti-Semitism Movement’s partners addressed the startling rise of anti-Semitism on campus and highlighted the importance of Holocaust education ahead of International Holocaust Remembrance Day.
From supporting the #WeRemember campaign to ensuring Jewish student leaders have their voices heard, CAM is here to back our partners every step of the way.
Students Supporting Israel: Holocaust Education in Schools is Deeply Lacking
Holocaust education in schools is deeply lacking https://t.co/0emq5vhfh3
— SSI Movement (@SSI_Movement) January 20, 2021
2 For Seder: Coaching Tips to Fight Anti-Semitism
AMCHA Initiative: New Attacks on Israel and Zionism May Fuel Campus Anti-Semitism
“I would urge college and university stakeholders to pay special attention to the way in which schools handle the harassment of Jewish and pro-Israel students, and whether it’s consistent with how they treat all other students on campus." https://t.co/K9Q81wJUtB
— The AMCHA Initiative (@AMCHAInitiative) January 20, 2021
Secure Community Network: The Capitol Riot, Anti-Semitism and What Joe Biden Can Do
— Michael Masters (@MichaelGMasters) January 14, 2021
NGO Monitor: From the “River to the Sea” – B’Tselem’s Demonization Crosses the Line
Alma: The Radical Shiite Axis Establishment in Southern Syria
Scholars for Peace in the Middle East: Targeting Jewish Student Leaders for Banishment and Shaming
In the campus war against Israel, Jewish student leaders are now being targeted not just for supporting Israel, but merely for being Jewish.
— Combat Anti-Semitism (@CombatASemitism) January 21, 2021
Simon Wiesenthal Center: Is the European Union Combating or Whitewashing Anti-Semitism?
ILF: Antisemitism & De-Legitimization – Summary of Trends and Events of 2020 and Looking Ahead Towards 2021
World Jewish Congress: #WeRemember Campaign for International Holocaust Remembrance Day
The #WeRemember Campaign for International Holocaust Remembrance Day launches today.
Post your photo on social media with the hashtag #WeRemember to ensure that the lessons of the past are never forgotten.
— WJC (@WorldJewishCong) January 20, 2021
CAM and United Hatzalah: Breaking Barriers – Life Saving Video Sharing Contest
When no staff was left to care for the elderly at an old-age home due to the Coronavirus, Gilad Harari stepped in and cared for 47 patients on his own.
— Combat Anti-Semitism (@CombatASemitism) January 14, 2021
CAM and Baltimore Zionist District: Call on Johns Hopkins University to Hold Teachers’ Assistant Accountable for Anti-Semitism!
Club Z and CAM: #BreakFree – Celebrating Zionism, Justice, and Action
It is time to liberate #Zionism and the #Jewish people from accusations that are contributing to Jew-hatred today. Join us and @CombatASemitism on January 24 in the national #BreakFree summit!
Register: https://t.co/7sSqOof3X5 pic.twitter.com/uccoO5tq4i
— Club Z (@ClubZTeens) January 19, 2021
CAM and B’nai B’rith International: The Japanese Rescuer – A Lesson in Bravery for the Struggle Against Anti-Semitism
40,000 descendants of European Jews saved by Chiune Sugihara are alive today thanks to his brave actions.
— Combat Anti-Semitism (@CombatASemitism) January 20, 2021
Babyn Yar Holocaust Memorial Center: The Untold Story of the Holocaust – 80 Years Since the Babyn Yar Massacre
The Babyn Yar massacre destroyed entire communities and left local residents living next to mass graves.
We invite you to join a special online seminar commemorating the 80th anniversary of this horrific tragedy, tomorrow, Jan 25, 10AM EST- https://t.co/y7DlBNaG50 pic.twitter.com/qMBKG0MQNM
— Combat Anti-Semitism (@CombatASemitism) January 24, 2021
NGO Monitor: Implementing the IHRA Definition of Antisemitism for NGO Funding