Stop Hate – Resources for Confronting Antisemitism

Stop HateHate affects us all.  It is in the news…constantly.  Hate crimes have been on the increase, not only since the October 2023 conflict in the Middle East began, but they were already on the rise during COVID, and had an enduring presence long before our recent times. This trend is backed by official data from studies, government reports, police organizations, and representative ethnic organizations. The news reminds us of this reality every day. Sadly, even events in our local community and schools remind us that hate affects us all and that it is present right here in our closest communities.   

How do we stop hate? This web page is intended for those in our community who wish to learn about hate, in particular antisemitism and how to cope with its presence. Here we will share resources on how to address hate, whether it is something you are experiencing yourself or whether it is impacting family members, friends, or the community at large. Regardless of whether hate is found in the schools, workplace, or community centres, we want to be able to provide support and educational tools to help reduce instances of hate. While it may take a long time to eradicate entirely, in the meantime we can rely on resources and each other to build resilience within our communities. A variety of education-related tools and resources are offered here. If you have any questions or concerns about these resources, please contact:

Places to Contact About a Hate Incident

Canadian Centre for Israel and Jewish Affairs

Report AntiSemitism.

B’Nai Brith Canada asks that anyone experiencing antisemitism – in the ‘real world’ or online to report it to them, as well as taking any police or legal action needed. Email for incidents involving violence, vandalism or harassment or for incidents online, or call the Anti-Hate Hotline 1-800-892-2624. They can help people navigate the appropriate channels for other reporting and will include submission in their Annual Audit of Antisemitic Incidents which is used to advocate for needed social and political action.

Community Race Relations Committee of Peterborough

Peterborough City Police

Canadian Anti-Hate Network:


Learning Guides and Teaching Materials

Toronto Holocaust Museum


ETFO and OSSTF Resources. 


Toronto Friends of the Simon Wiesenthal Centre


Canadian Society of Yad Vashem

Liberation75 (

Educator Toolkit: The only web resource combining the best global programs about the Holocaust and antisemitism for all grades.
Teacher Professional Development: A full day of how to teach about the Holocaust and contemporary antisemitism to students.
Holocaust Remembrance Day Student Symposium: A full day of educational programming about the Holocaust and contemporary antisemitism for students in grades 4-12. 
Ernie’s Books: FREE Holocaust-themed books to grade 6 classrooms.
Challenging Stories Book Club: Events to teach educators how to use children’s literature about the Holocaust in the classroom.
“Ask the Expert” with Dr. Stephen D. Smith: An innovative AI that answers 150+ of the most common questions teachers have about the Holocaust and antisemitism.
IWalk Project: The IWalk App guides visitors and students through Canada’s Holocaust Monument.
Virtual Holocaust Library: Hundreds of videos and survivor testimonies to support teachers in the classroom.




US Sources

Right To Be ____

United States Holocaust Memorial Museum

Echoes and Reflections