hostility towards Jews as an ethnic or religious group
personal and property rights guaranteed by the Constitution and by law
The Civil Rights Movement
The post WWII struggle to end legal segregation and racial discrimination.
action based on prejudice or racist beliefs that results in unfair treatment of individuals or groups, unjust conditions in areas such as employment, housing and education
the deliberate and systematic attempted annihilation of a national, racial, ethnic or religious group of people
originally, a section of a European city in which all Jews were forced to live.
a crime of violence, property damage or threat that is motivated in whole or in part by an offender's bias based on the target's real or perceived 'race', religion, ethnicity, nationality, gender, disability or sexual orientation.
Six million Jews were systematically and brutally murdered by the Nazis and their collaborators between 1933 and 1945. Millions of non-Jews were also persecuted by the Nazis.
a preconceived attitude, opinion, or feeling, usually negative, formed without adequate knowledge, thought or reason.
the deliberate spreading of ideas or information, true or untrue, with the purpose of manipulating public opinion to gain support for one's cause or to discourage support for another
a set of beliefs based on perceived 'racial' superiority and inferiority
an individual or group unfairly blamed for problems not of their making
a simplistic, firmly held belief, often negative, about individual characteristics generalized to all people within that group.
a fair and objective attitude toward those whose opinions and practices differ from one's own.