Making Connections: Exploring Antisemitism in United States History

December 7, 2023 Free
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Join a discussion on approaches to understanding antisemitism, including best practices in antisemitism education, making connections to sound pedagogy and sharing grounding activities for why and how to translate these principles into classroom instruction.

As part of the Shine A Light initiative to build awareness and understanding of antisemitism, join educators from across the country to explore historical and current-day antisemitism in the United States. Britt Tevis, scholar of American Jewish history and fellow at ADL’s Center for Antisemitism Research, will join Melissa Mott, ADL director of antisemitism, Holocaust and genocide education and project director for Echoes & Reflections, for a discussion of approaches to understanding antisemitism in the United States and how this form of bias operates both in relationship to other group discrimination and within modern Jewish history.

This webinar is hosted by ADL and Echoes & Reflections.

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