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Fighting Hate From Home: The Power of Education to Fight Antisemitism and Hate
With acts of antisemitism and other forms of bias alarmingly high, education can be the key that unlocks our minds and inspires our souls to challenge bias in ourselves, others and society, ultimately creating a more just and equitable world.

ADL is proud to welcome important voices to discuss the urgency of antisemitism education, including learning about the Holocaust, in our schools, families and communities.

You will hear from Alysha Clark, a two-time WNBA champ, a former member of the Israeli women’s national basketball team and a strong education advocate against antisemitism; Meyers Leonard, an NBA player who will share the lessons he learned after using an antisemitic slur while participating in online gaming and how he has become a champion of the need to have educators, students and parents involved in antisemitism education; Jessica Koyner, a student from Connecticut who experienced severe antisemitism in her school and then became a teen ADL leader in fighting hate, and Melissa Mott, Director for Echoes & Reflections, a Holocaust education program developed in partnership with ADL.

Please sign up below to join us today. All registrants will be emailed a link to the recording to re-watch and share.

Aug 19, 2021 02:30 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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