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Think. Plan. Act.

Tools for Dealing with Anti-Semitic and Anti-Israel Incidents on Campus


A flyer posted in your dorm seems anti-Semitic. A campus event features an anti-Israel speaker. A fellow student says something about Jews that makes you feel uncomfortable. You may be concerned that you’ll encounter challenging situations like these on your campus. If you do, the most important thing to remember is that you’re not alone.  Fellow students and campus professionals will stand with you—and ADL is on your side as well.

ADL has developed resources to help you respond to anti-Semitic incidents, and stand up to anti-Israel bias. Explore these tools to learn how to navigate challenging situations you might face on your college campus.

THINK.

How to Recognize Anti-Semitism vs. Anti-Israel Bias

Learn how to recognize which it is, and differentiate both from legitimate criticism of policies of the State of Israel. 

 

Student Voices

Whatever you might encounter on your campus—it’s happened to other students too. Find out what they faced, how they handled it, and what you can learn from their experiences.

PLAN.

ACT.

Report an Incident

Report an Incident

Contact ADL for advice on responding to bias incidents.

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Report an Incident
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Find an ADL Office Near You

Wherever you are, there’s an ADL office ready to respond to events on your campus.

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Save and Print the Toolkit

Download ADL’s complete set of resources for college students.

Additional Resources

  • A Campus of Difference - Learn about anti-bias training workshops that help establish more welcoming, inclusive and diverse campus environments.
  • ADL Partner: Love Has No Labels - ADL has developed discussion guides to accompany the Ad Council’s public service ad campaign, which encourages people to examine and challenge their own implicit bias.