AT YOUR HOUSE OF WORSHIP
50. Urge your spiritual and lay leaders to condemn anti-Semitism from the pulpit and else-where. Encourage such leaders to keep cur-rent with respect to anti-Semitic developments and participate vocally in local, regional, national and international organizations to speak out against anti-Semitism and help develop ways to curtail it.
51. Encourage both those of your faith and other faiths to attend events dealing with anti-Semitism when such events are held at your house of worship.
52. Invite clergy and leaders of religious organizations that are not of your faith to address your congregation from the pulpit and at meetings on how people of different faiths can join forces to combat anti-Semitism.
53. Organize frequent and regular exchanges between lay members of congregations of different faiths on anti-Semitism and the persecution of other groups.
54. Enlist the members of your congregation and other congregations in campaigns to write elected officials, letters-to-the-editor of your local paper and to sign petitions and news-paper ads that condemn anti-Semitism.
55. Invite representatives of groups that have expressed anti-Semitic views to hold a discussion with members from your congregation so you can educate them about the con-sequences of such remarks.
56. Create a display of historical and contemporary anti-Semitic materials including books, newspapers, magazines, films, music and videos. Organize formal and informal presentations of the display. Invite your congregants and those from other houses of worship to view the display and attend the events.
57. Create a bulletin board where newspaper and magazine clippings dealing with anti-Semitism, persecution of other faiths, and all other human rights violations are posted.
58. Organize an interfaith retreat for young people to learn about anti-Semitism and other forms of bigotry.
59. Conduct an interfaith youth tour to the Holocaust museum closest to your community. Raise funds for - and community awareness of - the trip with a community event such as a bake sale, car wash, or service auction.
60. Start a group at your house of worship to learn more about and combat anti-Semitism. Ally yourself with similar groups, including ADL.
61. Encourage your spiritual leader to work within his or her clergy group to promote programs and activities to educate people about and fight anti-Semitism.