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Combating Antisemitism in the US Fund


From Squirrel Hill to Charlottesville to Colleyville, tragic events in recent years have brought long overdue attention to the spike in antisemitism in the United States. Roughly 1 in 4 American Jews say they experienced antisemitism in the past year -- with reports of hate crimes against Jews hitting all-time highs. Indeed, Jews make up less than 3 percent of the US population, but the majority of reported religiously based hate crimes target Jewish people or institutions. This fund features and supports the leading nonprofits that are tackling those trends, by tracking and combatting antisemitism in the US.
Combating Antisemitism in the US Fund

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