62. Monitor the record of legislators and ask them to take action on legislation that deals with anti-Semitism.

63. Lobby public officials to take actions and make statements against anti-Semitism.

64. Praise public officials for taking action or making public statements against anti-Semitism.

65. Communicate your support for public officials' actions and statements against anti-Semitism by writing letters-to-the-editor of your local paper.

66. Write to newspapers to praise officials when they speak out or take political action against anti-Semitism.

67. Participate in public/community and political forums to raise the issue of anti-Semitism. Encourage the press to attend and cover such events.

68. Approach human rights and political groups to ask them to make visible and vocal statements condemning anti-Semitism in all its forms.

69. Develop online anti-anti-Semitic petitions both as a response to specific anti-Semitic incidents and the issue in general and submit those petitions to appropriate public officials.

70. Write the heads-of-state of countries that are experiencing any and all levels of anti-Semitism or when those heads-of-state or others in their government make anti-Semitic statements to let them know that there is a groundswell of support in fighting anti-Semitism.

71. Write heads-of-state when they or others in their government visibly and vocally condemn anti-Semitism or take actions to prevent its expression.