(New York, NY) – With reports surfacing that the President plans to defund the U.S. State Department’s Office to Monitor and Combat Anti-Semitism, more than 100 Holocaust institutions, scholars, and educators from around the world are calling on government officials not to cut, but to maintain and strengthen the office. These institutions and individuals cite the recent examples of hatred, xenophobia, and racism spreading across the nation and ask the public to call Congressional and Senate offices. (read the statement here)
March 23: Antisemitism on Trial: How Tanya Gersh Fought the Neo-Nazis and Won
Mar 13, 2023
"Antisemitism on Trial: How Tanya Gersh Fought the Neo-Nazis and Won"Presented by Tanya GershThursday, March 23, 2023, from 7-9 p.m.Advance Registrati...
March 8: Roundtable Conversation on Antisemitism
Feb 20, 2023
Roundtable Conversation on AntisemitismFacilitators: Dr. Chris Patti and Amy HudnallWednesday, March 8, 2023, from 6-8 p.m.Room 421, Belk Library...
Statement on Recent Antisemitic Attacks, February 2023
Feb 17, 2023
CJHPS Statement on Recent Antisemitic Events, Feb. 17 2023Over the last ten days, a series of antisemitic acts have occurred on and off campus and on ...
February 15: "Antisemitism and Its Manifestations" with Rachel Lang
Jan 30, 2023
"Antisemitism and Its Manifestations" with Rachel LangWednesday, February 15, 2023, at 7 p.m.Room 114, Belk Library and Information CommonsZoom link a...