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Racism

Always the Scapegoat

Follow the evolvement of antisemitism from its origin to its use in racial Nazi ideology. Students will break into groups to discuss questions on antisemitism, scapegoating, and the effects of hate speech.

Racism

Dreyfus Accused

Read through a translation of the famous text J’Accuse! and answer questions based off of the text. Students will learn about bias, perspective, and the construction of history.

Medieval Anti-Judaism

Foils and Scapegoats

Students will read a short Anti-Defamation League article about antisemitism in the medieval period. They will then read, analyze, and present a short primary source detailing an act or written piece of anti-Semitism from the medieval period.

Oppression

The Kielce Pogrom

Students will read about the Kielce Pogrom and watch videos on testimonies and the aftermath. This lesson takes your class into a discussion about oppression against Jews and other groups.

Early Anti-Judaism

The Roots of Anti-Judaism

Watch a video explaining the roots of anti-Judaism. Students will learn the prejudice Jews faced in ancient times and what myths originated during that time are still prevalent today. Open up into a discussion on how prejudice and discrimination can lead to oppression and violence.