Tuesday, April 2 | 12 - 2 p.m.
Beth El Temple

2626 Albany Ave, West Hartford

If we are to effectively combat the international growth of antisemitism, we must first understand its origins and place in history. In this workshop, we will explore antisemitism’s central motifs through historical images and text. We will then use this knowledge to consider contemporary instances of antisemitism, including how historical themes are repeated, the strategies behind them, and how we might respond — or not — to combat antisemitism today and in the future.