Anti-racism conversations often leave the Jewish community behind. True inclusion means that we don’t let that happen
Prejudice against Jewish people goes back more than two millennia – long before the idea of race was constructed in the 17th Century – but is most commonly viewed through the lens of Nazism. And in modern times the impact of Anti-Semitism on Jewish communities is often minimised.
This session shines a light on damaging Anti-Semitic rhetoric, the different types of Anti-Semitism that exist and their impact, intersectionality within the Jewish Community, and what we can do to be better allies for our Jewish friends and colleagues.