Antisemitism is on the rise.

Antisemitism is on the rise.

It is not just a threat to the Jewish community - accepted hate, in any form, is a vital threat to our society.

Here are the facts:

In the United States, Jews account for:

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Of the U.S. population

Yet are victims of:

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Of all hate crimes in the U.S.

As well as

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of all religious hate crimes in the U.S.


That startling discrepancy is the cornerstone of this new omnichannel campaign, created through a $25 million investment by Robert K. Kraft and his family, which combines alarming data with humanizing storytelling representing everyday instances of antisemitism to encourage audiences to recognize Jewish hate in order to stand up against it.

The Foundation to Combat Antisemitism has launched a new, national campaign to mobilize all Americans, and especially non-Jews, to #StandUpToJewishHate by using the blue square emoji -🟦- as a unifying symbol of support.
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We must do more to make people aware that antisemitism is a growing threat against Jews on social media and in communities across the country. I have committed tremendous resources toward this effort and am vowing to do more. I encourage others to join in these efforts. My hope is this commercial will continue to enhance the national conversation about the need to speak out against hatred of all types, and particularly to stand up to Jewish hate.

Our Mission

To win the hearts and minds of non-Jews and Jews through powerful positive messaging and partnerships, motivating and equipping them to be defenders of and upstanders for Jews.

If that wasn't clear enough, let's take a look at the rise of antisemitic hate crimes in the U.S. over the past few years:

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of American Jews have avoided visiting locations, wearing symbols and sharing content that identify them as Jewish

SOURCE: Source: American Jewish Committee “The State of Antisemitism in America 2021”

1 in 4

American Jews have been targets of antisemitism in the last 12 months

SOURCE: American Jewish Committee “The State of Antisemitism in America 2021”
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of Jewish college students experienced antisemitism directed at them in the last academic year.

SOURCE: The ADL-Hillel Campus Antisemitism Survey: 2021

It's clear that we need to do better.

Here's what FCAS is doing right now to fight for a safer world free of antisemitism: