Partners in Action: CAM’s Coalition Taking a Stand Against Antisemitism
November 18, 2021
Each week, we highlight the activities of our partner organizations around the world who are doing amazing work to combat antisemitism.
This past week, people and organizations around the world celebrated International Day of Tolerance in a number of different ways. From public statements of solidarity to a chess tournament in the name of promoting international cooperation, a variety of efforts demonstrated the universal desire for connection between human beings no matter their personal identifying backgrounds.
On International Day of Tolerance this week and every other day of the year, the Combat Antisemitism Movement (CAM) and its partner organizations are working tirelessly each and every day to push back against hatred and bigotry and build a better future for all of humanity.
Pinsker Centre – Statement Defending the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance (IHRA) Working Definition of Antisemitism
— Combat Antisemitism Movement (@CombatASemitism) November 15, 2021
Hasbara Fellowships – Israel Training Programs Return This Winter Break
Want to spend Shabbat in Jerusalem this winter break with 40 of your closest friends?
Come home this winter with Hasbara Fellowships on our Israel Training Programs!
— Hasbara Fellowships (@Hasbarafellows) November 12, 2021
Muslims Against Antisemitism – Statement of Solidarity With the Jewish People Against Antisemitism and Religious Hatred
Those who attack our Jewish brothers & sisters because of their Jewish identity, go against natural justice & against the divine creation that formed the blueprint of our very existence.
An attack on Jewish traditions is an attack on many social values that we hold dear. pic.twitter.com/1eYYae0DzC
— Muslims Against Antisemitism (MAAS) (@MAAS_UK) November 13, 2021
CAMERA on Campus – Mizrahi Heritage Month Highlighting Stories of Jewish Women Expelled From Home Countries in Middle East and North Africa
Nearly 1 million Jews were expelled from countries across the Middle East and North Africa after Israel’s founding.
— Combat Antisemitism Movement (@CombatASemitism) November 13, 2021
Jewish On Campus – Jewish Students Around World Urge Universities to Address Antisemitism on Campus
Jewish college students face record high rates of antisemitic abuse on campus. What does it say that universities are staying silent? Jewish students deserve to be safe on their campuses, and not have the administration turn a blind eye to hatred. https://t.co/Y0Ephxk6ek
— Jewish on Campus (@JewishonCampus_) November 15, 2021
Claims Conference – Showcasing Jewish Music the Nazis Viewed as “Degenerate”
Labeled a “degenerate artist”, composer Alexander Tansman (Jun 12, 1897 – Nov 15, 1986), his wife Colette Cras and their two daughters fled Paris days before the Nazis arrived. In 1950 he wrote “Isaiah the Prophet,” an oratorio honoring Holocaust victims.https://t.co/3p0PAsGB0p
— Claims Conference (@ClaimsCon) November 15, 2021
Never Again Association and the American Jewish Committee: Central Europe – Write Letter to FIFA to Demand Justice for Referee’s Antisemitic Comments
Passages – Global Campaign Video of the “Priestly Blessing” for Interfaith Solidarity
A new music video featuring Jewish and Christian singers from the U.S., Israel, and Africa coming together to perform the “Priestly Blessing” sends a powerful message of interfaith solidarity at a time of rising antisemitism worldwide.@passagesisraelhttps://t.co/OMkfiFhZDF
— Combat Antisemitism Movement (@CombatASemitism) November 16, 2021
Jewish-American Hall of Fame – The Jewish Americans Who Created Superman
Did you know that the first iconic comic book superhero Superman was created by two Jewish Americans?
Celebrate the contributions of Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster to U.S. culture as they are inducted TODAY into the Jewish-American Hall of Fame!
— Combat Antisemitism Movement (@CombatASemitism) November 14, 2021
Chess4Solidarity – Chess Tournament for International Day for Tolerance
Bringing people from many cultural and religious backgrounds, #Chess4Solidarity by @chess4all1976 is hosting a chess tournament for peace on the International Day For Tolerance with prizes up to $1500.
— Combat Antisemitism Movement (@CombatASemitism) November 12, 2021
jMUSE – Conference to Celebrate and Honor “Jewish Soldiers and Fighters in WWII”
During WWII, about 1.5 million Jewish men and women fought with the Allies against the Nazis.
To honor these men and women, jMUSE has organized a “Jewish Soldiers and Fighters” conference THIS SUNDAY.
— Combat Antisemitism Movement (@CombatASemitism) November 11, 2021
United Synagogue – Live Conversation With First Jewish Chaplain in German Military About Jewish Life in Germany Today
— United Synagogue (@UnitedSynagogue) November 17, 2021
National Museum American Jewish History – Celebration of 11th Anniversary on Independence Mall With Online Tour of Core Exhibition
We’re celebrating 11 years in our amazing building on Independence Mall! 🎉 To mark the occasion, we are debuting an online tour starring our newly digitized core exhibition. pic.twitter.com/CqTr6Grd29
— National Museum of American Jewish History (@NMAJH) November 14, 2021
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