Our Anti-Semitism Task Force addresses hate and intolerance in our community through education, policy, and rapid response.
We have created three sub-groups to lead our response against anti-Semitism: education, rapid response, and BDS.
Email the task force co-chairs at to get involved.
With a broad focus ranging from early anti-Semitism in the Middle Ages to World War II, the Holocaust, and contemporary anti-Semitism, this sub-group provides museum trips, lectures, and hands-on experiences to deepen communal knowledge of anti-Semitism.
We encourage the exchange of ideas through our online forum.
Our advocacy sub-group works to respond to breaking instances of anti-Semitism and other forms of hatred that revolve around race, sexuality, or religion. We pride ourselves on responding rapidly to current events and creating opportunities for our members to put their boots on the ground.
We seek to educate our community on the rhetoric and tactics of the Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions movement, and to prepare students who will be attending schools where BDS is rising to prominence.