CAM Weekly Roundup: Partners in Action

January 14, 2021

The week of January 10th, the Combat Anti-Semitism Movement’s partners addressed anti-Semitism in the media, on campuses, at the US Capitol, and many other places. If one thing is clear, working together makes Jewish communities across the globe stronger and safer. 

From supporting B’nai B’rith International’s call for an inquiry into the murder of a B’nai B’rith leader in 1989 to urging Johns Hopkins University to hold a TA responsible for anti-Semitic tweets with the Baltimore Zionist District, CAM is here to support our partners every step of the way.


B’nai B’rith International: B’nai B’rith Calls For Parliamentary Inquiry In Failed Investigation Into 1989 Murder of B’nai B’rith Leader In Belgium


JNS: Marshals Arrest Man Wearing ‘Camp Auschwitz’ Sweatshirt in Capitol Riot


CAMERA: Guardian Anti-IHRA Letter Signatories Included Anti-Semites and Terror Supporters



Baltimore Zionist District: BZD and CAM Launch Petition calling on Johns Hopkins University to Hold Teachers Assistant Accountable for Anti-Semitism

Call on Johns Hopkins University to Hold Teachers’ Assistant Accountable for Anti-Semitism!


Act.IL: An Anti-Semitic Telegram Group is Spreading Hatred and Violence, Plotting to Revive Nazism and Genocide. Email Telegram and Report the Channel


B’nai Brith Canada: Diverse Minds Creative Writing Contest Invites Participants to Submit Their Own Illustrated Children’s Books Containing Messages of Diversity and Inclusion.


American Jewish Committee: Sign AJC’s Letter and Help Ensure That California’s Ethnic Studies Program Includes Lessons about Anti-Semitism




IMPACT-se: CAM and IMPACT-se held “Monitoring Anti-Semitism – Transforming Global Youth” webinar to discuss efforts to mitigate extremist influences and fight anti-Semitism in textbooks in the Middle East and across the globe.

Watch: Monitoring Anti-Semitism – Transforming Global Youth

CAMERA: Join CAMERA’s Partnership of Christians and Jews and The Ireland Israel Alliance for a discussion on interfaith dialogue and its effects on the state of Israel.

The Brandeis Center: Anti-Semitism is a virus that pervades many college campuses and institutions. Tune in to this important webinar focused on the efforts of students at UIUC to combat anti-Semitism at their school.


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