I know the sinking feeling you get from seeing so much hate on the internet, and when it targets you personally, it scares you.
Holocaust survivors are taking to TikTok to share their stories, call out Holocaust denial and distortion, and offer messages of hope.
Global ARC is taking action to combat the spread of online antisemitism by creating a first-of-its-kind open database of antisemitic social media content, democratizing the fight against antisemitism and serving as an advanced engine of transparency to drive social media accountability.
For the Jewish people, our immigration story has the added weight throughout history of seeking out our liberation, sovereignty, and freedom from oppression and antisemitism. This Passover, we remember the victims of the recent antisemitic wave of terror in Israel.
In a world where the boundaries between the digital space and real life are blurred by an unrestrained flow of information, the digital form of “meta-hatred” has direct consequences in daily life.
Holocaust hate speech is a multi-lingual worldwide phenomenon that is growing–combining different conspiracy theories for spreading hateful content against Jews and Israel. It is vital that the roll-out for flagging content that denies or distorts the Holocaust across digital platforms, is as multi-faceted as the various conspiracy theories and rich taxonomy used to promote this form of Jew-hatred.
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