“Indifference to Evil Is Worse Than Evil Itself”—Why You Shouldn’t Look Away
Indifference is the bigot’s best friend, the hater’s permanent get-out-of-jail-free card.
Remembering the Last Survivor of a German Anti-Nazi Resistance Group
“We will not keep silent. We are your guilty conscience. The White Rose will not let you alone.”
USCIRF Welcomes New Commissioner Susie Gelman
“Her work in human rights offers a unique perspective to advocate on behalf of those persecuted for their religion or belief.”
Online Threats Target Jewish Congregations Resulting in Evacuations, Disruption of Religious Services
“What makes this different is that this is a particular campaign using tools that many of us take for granted but that we can see are weaponized.”
UN Targets the Fuel That Sparks Hate on International Day for Countering Hate Speech
“Hate is a danger to everyone—and so fighting it must be a job for everyone.”
Five Years After the Deadliest Antisemitic Attack in U.S. History, the Killer Is on Trial
“There is no making sense of this senseless act. Mr. Bowers caused extraordinary harm to many, many people.”
Jewish Celebrities Accuse Film Academy of Antisemitism
“An inclusion effort that excludes Jews is both steeped in and misunderstands antisemitism.”
Ken Burns Unmasks the Opposite of Love—Indifference—In Scathing Magnum Opus, The U.S. and the Holocaust
As of a 1938 poll, two-thirds of Americans feel the persecution “has been partly or entirely the Jews’ own fault.”
Aaron Smith-Levin—No Longer Trying to Hide His Antisemitism—Jokes About His Hatred for Jews 
Rabid anti-Scientologist and violent misogynist Aaron Smith-Levin has doubled down on his antisemitic position in recent days.
Leonard Bernstein Biopic Sparks Controversy Over What Some Call Its Antisemitism
“Throughout history, Jews were often portrayed in antisemitic films and propaganda as evil caricatures with large, hooked noses.”