Antisemitism is not a static phenomenon. It morphs; it changes shape; it adjusts itself to time and place. The idea remains the same, but the outward manifestations, rationale, and terminologies used change. In order to understand the antisemitism of the present day, we must understand the antisemitism of the past.

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Videos used or mentioned in the webinar: NYTimes: Chinese Student Shares Rise in Anti-Chinese and Anti-Asian Racism and Xenophobia at her School What Kind of Asian Are You: Using Satire…

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“Stereotypes about people of Asian descent date back centuries in the United States to when Chinese migrants first started to arrive in significant numbers in the 1800s. Racist cartoons of the time falsely depicted…

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