What is antisemitism? Where does it come from? What does it look like in different parts of society? Joe will help you to unpack it all – hit play.
Anti-Jewish racism adapts, like a virus, taking on new forms. It’s no surprise that the Covid pandemic gave rise to dangerous antisemitic conspiracy theories. Many of these have made their way across the internet, despite their origins in extremist spaces. They even get voiced in offline spaces. Have a look what happens when Marlon comes up against some listeners to his radio show with interesting modern day annoyances…
Actress Tracy Ann Oberman sheds light on the dual prejudices she, and many other Jewish women, experience at the hands of both antisemitism and misogyny. What do you think when you hear the words Jewish woman?
Labour? Conservative? Lib Dem? Scottish Nat? Who said it? Can you guess? Who said which antisemitic comment? Matching the answers to the right name might surprise you… Watch Marlon attempt to do so (and win £1,000,000 if he succeeds) in a new online game show, The Million.
This is not your normal cartoon. Want to learn more about one of the oldest and most violent antisemitic conspiracies, the Blood Libel? Watch this for all you need to know.
It can be hard to know what to believe on the internet these days. In this world of online misinformation and conspiracies, Jews can often suffer the consequences of such theories and abuse. Find out more about the Jewish man that the internet would have you believe is responsible for all the world’s problems: George Soros