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Fighting anti-Semitism is at the core of what we do.
Since our founding, B’nai B’rith has developed tolerance programs and spoken out strongly against anti-Semitism in all its forms. “None Shall Be Afraid” is our flagship response to the world’s oldest hatred.
Anti-Semitism has grown dramatically on the far right, the far left, among radical extremist movements and on university campuses. It includes online incitement and intimidation in traditional and social media, as well as violent attacks against Jews and Jewish institutions around the world. Far from merely a threat to Jews, anti-Semitism erodes the very fabric of democratic societies.
B’nai B’rith is dedicated to illuminating the hatred of Jews as a distinct and unique social illness and to marshaling efforts to combat and—where possible—eradicate this phenomenon. We work diligently to prompt officials to fight anti-Semitism at all levels, delivering that message to governments and intergovernmental bodies, while taking action on college campuses and speaking out in the media.
This global problem needs a global solution, so today we say: anti-Semitism is everyone’s problem.
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Students Speak Out
Winners of the “Students Speak Out Against Anti-Semitism. A Creative Video Production Contest,” were honored in February 2021 at a virtual awards ceremony hosted by B’nai B’rith International and the Combat Anti-Semitism Movement (CAM), co-sponsors of the contest.
This unique public awareness campaign was created to strengthen the fight against anti-Semitism, hatred and discrimination. The contest challenged high school and undergraduate university students around the world to create two- to three-minute videos to boost education about anti-Semitism and the prejudice, bigotry, hatred and violence it engenders.
B'nai B'rith Backs Texas Anti-BDS Bill
B’nai B’rith International was a strong supporter of an anti-BDS movement measure in the Texas legislature. The bill passed in both chambers of the legislature by wide margins (including unanimously in the House of Representatives). Charles O. Kaufman, then-chair of the B’nai B’rith International Center for Human Rights and Public Policy, gave his testimony to the Texas House of Representatives on why he believed the bill should be passed.