Understanding and Resisting Antisemitism in Public School Meetings


As public school meetings become more heated and contentious along a range of different issues, from disagreements on matters of protecting public health, to maintaining historical accuracy in the curriculum, the incidence of antisemitic statements, connections with tropes, and the enactment of behaviors have risen alongside these increasingly heated events. This Virtual Roundtable provides an overview of these antisemitic incidents when they occur, connecting them with broader socio-historical contexts, and providing strategies for dealing with them. This Roundtable was facilitated on behalf of the Midwest & Plains Equity Center.

Feb 16, 2022
Jeremy F Price
Jeremy F Price
Assistant Professor

Public scholar-advocate invested in working with marginalized and minoritized youth and communities to build an inclusive and just democratic project by transforming learning and teaching environments.