Combating Antisemitism

The Council of American Jewish Museums is proud to launch its new initiative on Combating Antisemitism. These programs will take place in Washington, DC from June 19-20, and in Portland, OR from November 4-5.  

Register for the June program today!
CAJM members - $36 per day | Non-members - $50 per day

Review the full program lineup for June 19-20.

If you are still in need of a hotel room at the conference hotel (Kimpton Hotel Palomar Washington, DC), contact Melissa directly at to inquire about last few rooms at the special rate.

A limited number of competitive scholarships are available for current CAJM members to attend the program. Find out more here.

In summary, these programs will provide

-       One day of convening to explore the programmatic implications of contemporary antisemitism on our work.  Sessions will look at: The Challenges of Antisemitism; Contentious New Aspects; The Potential of Our Stories; and the Social Impact of Museums. Program day made possible with support from the Leon Levy Foundation.

-       A separate day of discussions and trainings to protect our visitors, buildings, and artifacts from acts of hate.  Sessions will look at: Welcoming Institutions in Threatening Landscapes; Preparing our Buildings; New Realities and Threats; Securing Our Material Heritage; as well as Responses and Resources. Program day made possible in part by the National Endowment for the Humanities: Exploring the human endeavor.

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Any views, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed in this program do not necessarily represent those of the National Endowment for the Humanities.