IN YOUR HOME AND PERSONAL LIFE
1. Educate yourself about anti-Semitism, particularly the "new anti-Semitism" (anti-Semitism co-mingled with the demonization of Israel).
2. Engage Jewish and non-Jewish friends in conversation about their experiences and thinking regarding anti-Semitism.
3. Avoid using anti-Jewish language or making references to Jewish stereotypes - even in jest. Diplomatically bring such stereotypes to the attention of others when they engage in such behavior.
4. Speak out against anti-Semitic jokes and slurs. Silence can send the message that such humor and derogatory remarks are acceptable.
5. Learn more about anti-Semitic myths and stereotypes and share what you learn with others.
6. Read news accounts and opinion pieces about both the history of anti-Semitism and its current manifestations.
7. Create a discussion or study group to learn more about anti-Semitism.
8. Start a Web-based discussion group dealing with anti-Semitism that includes a distribution list so that participants can share information electronically.
9. Read the newspaper and magazines. Watch television. If the reporting seems anti-Semitic, communicate your dissatisfaction respectfully.
10. When you encounter an anti-Semitic Web site, contact ADL and/or the site's host carrier to complain and request that the site be taken down.
11. Donate money to organizations that fight anti-Semitism.