THE CENTER FOR HOLOCAUST STUDIES AND HUMAN RIGHTS PRESENTS:
AJC's 2020 State of Antisemitism in America Report
Wednesday, June 30th at 3:00 pm (ET) online
The Center for Holocaust Studies and Human Rights at Gratz College invites all faculty, staff, students, and community to a private, free presentation of the AJC's 2020 State of Antisemitism in America Report.
AJC’s first-ever State of Antisemitism in America report, released in October 2020, demonstrates the deep anxiety among American Jews and a disturbing lack of awareness among the general public about the severity of antisemitism in the United States. Parallel surveys of American Jews and the U.S. general public reveal widely divergent views regarding Jew-hatred in America. Please click here for more information and to read the full report.
The report will be presented by Holly R. Huffnagle, the U.S. Director for Combating Antisemitism, American Jewish Committee (AJC).
About Holly Huffnagle
Holly Huffnagle serves as AJC’s U.S. Director for Combating Antisemitism, spearheading the agency’s response to antisemitism in the United States and its efforts to better protect the Jewish community. Before coming to AJC, Holly served as the policy advisor to the Special Envoy to Monitor and Combat Antisemitism at the U.S. Department of State and as a researcher in the Mandel Center of Advanced Holocaust Studies at the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, D.C. She received her master’s degree from Georgetown University where she focused on 20th century Polish history and Jewish-Muslim relations before, during, and after the Holocaust. Most recently, she was a Scholar-in-Residence at Oxford University with the Institute for the Study of Global Antisemitism and Policy.