During this interactive briefing, we will share the results from the American Jewish Committee’s annual survey of the Jewish community and the public about experiences and perceptions of antisemitism. The data is very revealing about the issue and how it appears in the United States today. We also will review the most recent FBI Hate Crime data and how it correlates with the survey. We will discuss the history of antisemitism, where it comes from and its evolving nature. We will discuss how to recognize subtle and blatant forms of antisemitism so that reporters will be able to recognize it when they see it. We will then take questions and have a robust discussion.
More training on Diversity & Inclusion:
Understanding the Fault Lines framework for diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging
Jean Marie Brown of Texas Christian University and the Maynard Institute explores the Fault Lines themselves and reflect on how the framework has been used to shape Table Stakes challenges.
Community engagement for underserved communities
Q&A conversation about best practices, challenges and outcomes that emerge from engaging and including different communities in our conversations, newsletters and content.
Ramadan Guidance for employees
Here are some tips for an inclusive atmosphere for your Muslim colleagues.
DEI tagging for editors and producers
As your newsroom increases storytelling to reflect the communities we serve, what are best practices for tracking the content? Editors and producers are invited to join this session in which we will share revised tags to use for 2022 and what each tag means.