The “Curriculum on Antisemitism from a Framework of Collective Liberation”
contains several sessions devoted to understanding and challenging antisemitism grounded in a deep commitment to justice and dignity for all people.
The sessions are geared toward universities and middle schools/highschools, social justice and community-based organizations, foundations, religious and cultural institutions, and others.
Several modes of engagement are offered:
includes several sections and is well-suited for semester-long learning, a series of workshops, or study/learning sessions.
4 hour (two part) abridged curriculum
Includes many of the topics in the full curriculum. Designed for two or more workshops or classes.
2 hour abridged
includes many of the topics in the full curriculum. Geared toward a workshop or class.
1 hour presentation
an overview of content ideal for a briefing –e.g., political figures, journalists, school administrators, etc.
Issue or audience-specific, e.g, a track specifically geared toward middle school and highschool students.
Our facilitators can offer workshops or classes in your schools, institutions, and communities. Please reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.