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Each year, Mount Holyoke College’s Martin Luther King Jr. and Coretta Scott King Series on Racial Justice and Reconciliation includes  an antisemitism teach-in. In our work to realize a collective,  anti-racist future, we delve deeply into understanding the history of judeophobia and antisemitism and their connections to racism as well as develop our capacities to combat everyday xenophobia. This year, we are launching our antisemitism teach-in with a conversation thoughtfully curated by Dr. Imani Romney-Rosa Chapman and Dr. Amer Ahmed. “Building Solidarity: Fighting Antisemitism and Islamophobia Together” will center  the interconnectedness of the past and present struggles against antisemitism and islamophobia and help participants to better understand how prejudice and hate speech can contribute to violence, mass atrocity and genocide.

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