Antisemitism & Racism
An exploration of the politics of definitions from an interdisciplinary perspective that urges reconsideration of the value and limits of definitions in confronting antisemitism and Islamophobia.
Decoding the extremist symbols and groups at the Capitol Hill insurrection 2021 (Article and Video) – CNN
Analysis of the racist and antisemitic symbols worn by representatives from various white supremacist groups in the January 6th insurrection.
Five-part series that delves into the ideologies of various extremist groups in the United States. Through interviews, analysis, and firsthand accounts, it provides a comprehensive understanding of the rise of far-right movements, white supremacists, neo-Nazis, and other hate groups.
White Christian nationalists and a broader authoritarian movement are mounting a visionary, well-resourced, and strategically coordinated effort to ensure white Christians maintain their ongoing dominance in all sectors of U.S. society, including government, culture, media, entertainment, family, religion, and business. This report is part of a growing pro-democracy effort seeking to sound the alarm and support immediate collective action.
Skin in the Game: How Antisemitism Animates White Nationalism, June 29, 2017 (Article/Essay), by Erik K. Ward
Civil rights strategist Erik K. Ward explains his thesis that antisemitism forms the theoretical core of White nationalism. He argues that we must come to terms with the centrality of antisemitism to White nationalist ideology so that we can identify the fuel that White nationalist ideology uses to power its anti-Black racism, contempt of people of color, and its xenophobia.
The Past Didn’t Go Anywhere: Making Resistance to Antisemitism Part of All of Our Movements April 2007 (Booklet), by April Rosenblum
In her 2007 pamphlet, April Rosenblum demonstrates the very present threat of institutionalized anti-Jewish opression, or antisemitism, around the world, and calls primarily on the activist left to acknowledge that action must be taken. Rosenblum deconstructs myths and examples of antisemitism relating to Zionism, Israel and Palestine, and ultimately offers suggestions for activists on how to proceed.
Understanding Antisemitism: An Offering to Our Movement, 2017 (Booklet), by Jews for Racial and Economic Justice
An informational document authored by a multiracial, multiethnic, intergenerational team breaks down and addresses major questions surrounding antisemitism. The resource from Jews for Racial and Economic Justice is divided into three main sections, with many sub-sections, to give readers a thorough understanding of antisemitism and its complexities.