Antisemitism defined | CBC Kids News (9+)
Antisemitism means hatred or prejudice against Jewish people. It is what led to the Holocaust when the Nazis murdered six million Jews during the Second World War. Incidents of antisemitism have been on the rise lately in Canada and other parts of the world, but many people do not know what it means or how harmful it can be. Watch this video to learn more about what antisemitism is and why it matters.
ADL is a leading anti-hate organization that was founded in 1913 in response to an escalating climate of antisemitism and bigotry. Today, ADL is the first call when acts of antisemitism occur and continues to fight all forms of hate.
Teaching Materials on Antisemitism and Racism (United States Holocaust Memorial Museum)
Promoting effective teaching about antisemitism and the Holocaust.

Minimum age recommendation

Video resources on this page have been reviewed, and a minimum age has been recommended. This was determined by considering the images, themes, language, content, and context. Adults should always watch any video before sharing it with those impacted by or involved in racism and hate. 

Antisemitism Explained (16+)

Antisemitism means hatred of Jews. Watch the video to see how it can be that hatred of Jews has existed for centuries. Read the answers to frequently asked questions and watch the personal stories of some young people.

Why It’s Important to Confront Holocaust Denial (16+)

The denial or distortion of history is an assault on truth and understanding. Comprehension and memory of the past are crucial to how we understand ourselves, our society, and our goals for the future. Intentionally denying or distorting the historical record threatens communal understanding of how to safeguard democracy and individual rights.

Christie Pits Riots (16+)

On August 16, 1933, the Christie Pits Riot was sparked by Nazi-inspired youth flying a swastika flag at a public baseball game to antagonize and provoke Jewish Canadians.

Why the Jews: History of Antisemistism (16+)

This 13-minute film introduces the history of antisemitism from its origins in the days of the early Christian church until the era of the Holocaust in the mid-20th century. It raises questions about why Jews have been targeted throughout history and how antisemitism offered fertile ground to the Nazis.
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