About Fight Hate

What does Fight Hate stand for?

Simply put, anyone who ignores, denies, or defends the murder of innocent Jews is antisemitic. Anyone who treats all Jews as immoral, regardless of their actual views, is antisemitic. Anyone who refuses to recognize that American Jews have played an outsized role in progressive causes or that a majority of Israelis are people of color or that 21% of Israel’s population are Arab-Israelis with full citizenship rights is complicit in the spread of antisemitic lies.

Fight Hate stands for the irrefutable idea that all forms of hate are wrong. We stand for the idea that innocent Palestinian lives are just as important as innocent Israeli lives. We stand for the idea that hatred against Muslims, blacks, or LGBTQ members is wrong, and so is hate against Jews.

We can disagree about Israeli policies, but when criticism against Israel turns to hate, lies, and threats of violence in America, we know antisemitism is the root cause. We know that when progressives thinly mask their antisemitic views as anti-Zionism, it’s hate. We know that tearing down posters of kidnapped children, denying that Israeli women have been raped, and screaming death to all Jews isn’t advocacy. It’s hate. It isn’t activism. It’s hate. 

At Fight Hate, we stand up for Jews and fight all forms of hate on college campuses and social media.

Through these five initiatives, Fight Hate targets antisemitic threats on college campuses and social media, creates transformative social media content, funds cutting-edge research on hate and misinformation, and raises the volume of Jewish voices on college campuses and social media.

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Diverse Jewish Voices Initiative & Social Media Incubator 

Social Media Influencer Fund for TikTok & Instagram

Artificial Intelligence Research Grants to Target Antisemitic Hate on Social Media

Scholarships for Promising Social Entrepreneurs on College Campuses

Sponsored Fact-Finding Trips to Israel for College Professors, Student Journalists & Student Activists to Influence Campus Debates