Jewish Council on Urban Affairs is partnering with JRC to offer their “Intersections of Antisemitism and White Supremacy” training to members of the congregation. In this interactive training, participants will unpack how antisemitism works as a structure of oppression, and how it is connected to other forms of oppression. We’ll talk about concrete strategies for fighting antisemitism in ways that promote solidarity between marginalized groups rather than isolation.
This training will not focus on Israel-Palestine, but will offer an important framework for JRC’s future conversations. This event is sponsored by the JRC-JCUA Partnership, JRC’s Racial Equity Task Force, and the Israel-Palestine Working Group. Registration is required, so please RSVP here.
This program will be in-person only.
Additional Resources on Antisemitism from the Training:
Our White Supremacy Problem: Exposing the Roots of Intra-Jewish Prejudice by Devin Naar, Jewish Currents April 29, 2019
Skin in the Game: How Antisemitism Animates White Nationalism by Eric Ward, The Public Eye, 2017
Antisemitism: Megan Black and Eric Ward, Boston University Antiracism Center 2022