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The yearly convention of the American Psychological Association turned out to be an unexpected success and an important landmark for our new Association of Jewish Psychologists. Our program consisted of nine panels on topics germane to antisemitism, forming a full narrative that was understood by many at the convention.

In addition to the panels, we initiated other events, such as a breakfast celebrating the establishment of the new fund to fund student research on antisemitism from the American Psychological Foundation and a candle-lighting on Friday night.

Below is an overview of these panels, with links to the presentations on that topic. We hope you find them informative and inspiring.

With best wishes,

Dr. Ilene Serlin, Program Chair

Antisemitism in the Academy

Intersection of Antisemitism and Anti-Asian Hate

Black Jewish Collaboration & Relations

Antisemitism in the Media

Antisemitism in the Psychology Profession

Using Dance and Culture to work through Intergenerational Trauma

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