In the aftermath of the moral and societal failures that made the Holocaust possible, confronting antisemitism and all forms of hatred is critical.
History has shown that wherever anti-Semitism has gone unchecked, the persecution of others has been present or not far behind. Defeating anti-Semitism must be a cause of great importance not only for Jews, but for all people who value humanity and justice.
In 2015, two Iranian cultural organizations announced a second Holocaust cartoon contest. Over 150 cartoons from this contest will be exhibited in Tehran beginning May 14, 2016. These contests are insulting to the victims and memory of the Holocaust.Read More
This film introduces the origins of antisemitism—hatred of Jews—from the days of the early Christian church until the era of the Holocaust in the mid-20th century.Read More
This monthly audio podcast series features a broad range of perspectives about antisemitism and hatred today.All episodes
Anti-Jewish hatred has pervaded Western art, politics, and popular culture for centuries. Perceptions and understandings of Jews throughout history were manifested in objects, many of which promoted negative attitudes and stereotypes about Jews.Read More
Explore Museum and external resources on both antisemitism and Holocaust denial and distortion.
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Teaching about Antisemitism
These modules are designed to enhance discussion and learning about antisemitism.
Protocols of the Elders of Zion
This special exhibition explores the continuing impact of the most widely distributed antisemitic publication of modern times.