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Facing Hate: Antisemitism, Race, and White Supremacy

Learn how concepts of race continue to feed antisemitic ideologies, how antisemitism continues to impact ideas of race, and how we can work to uproot white supremacy and racisms from our schools and society.

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Understanding how concepts of race intersect with antisemitism is a critical task as we work to uproot white supremacy and racism from our schools.  Animosity against Jews took on a new narrative when the first “Purity of Blood” laws were  enacted against the Jewish community of Spain in 1449. This form of judeophobia would influence anti-Judaic violence in the Spanish Inquisition, lay the foundation for Western ideas of biological race, and inform Nazi policies across Europe in the mid-20th century.

During this webinar, Facing History and Ourselves' Karen Murphy discusses how concepts of race continue to feed antisemitic ideologies, how antisemitism continues to impact ideas of race, and how we can work to uproot white supremacy and racism from our schools and our society today with Professor Anthony Appiah and Professor Paola Tartakoff.

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