Responding to Antisemitism: Resources for Educators

How can schools create an environment where Jewish students feel safe and respected while preventing antisemitic bullying and rhetoric?

These classroom resources include lesson plans, activities, and discussion questions.

Recommended Resources

Resources from Anti-Defamation League

Classroom Resources and Booklists

Classroom Resources

Classroom Resources: Teaching the Holocaust

Related Booklists

The Anti-Defamation League notes that, "Reading + discussing children's literature w/children about diversity, bias and social justice is a great way to fight hate." See their collection of books, as well as these lists below, for ideas.

Books About World War II and Beyond

More Recommendations

For more recommendations for children and young adults, see the following:

Related Topics

Welcoming Immigrant Students / Immigration

Addressing Bullying and Bias

Talking about Tough Topics in the News

Lesson Plans: Charlottesville, VA

Archived Resources

Note: The following resources for students were originally compiled following the mass shooting at the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh, PA in October 2018. Archived resources include the following: