Highlights from previous events

Upcoming Events

Exhibit: Americans & the Holocaust

Mullins Library 365 N McIlroy Ave, Fayetteville, AR

Visit Mullins Library between November 10 and December 8 for Americans and the Holocaust, a traveling exhibition from the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum that examines Americans’ responses to Nazism, war and genocide in Europe during the 1930s and 1940s.What did Americans know, and what more could have been done?

Shine A Light on Gaming


Join our Gaming Streamers as they ShineALight On Gaming.
15 Nov - @itspikaaa,
23 Nov - @Fellybishh,
26 Nov - @GrizzlyPuncher,
29 Nov - @agent00
4 Dec - @GrizzlyPuncher,
9 Dec - @Fellybishh,
15 Dec - @agent00

Shine A Light On Antisemitism! Youth Art Contest 2023


The Shine A Light on Antisemitism Youth Art Contest raises awareness of antisemitism and empowers individuals to stand against the hatred of Jewish people and mitigate ignorance through the power of art. Reflect on how people can fight against hate and antisemitism by creating 2-D artwork representing an element of antisemitism.

Celebrate Light in NWA

115 W Emma Ave, Springdale 72764 115 W Emma Ave, Springdale, AR

As a culmination of Shine a Light series and to end on an educational and celebratory note Engage NWA would like to bring awareness to the multiple ways that ‘light’ is uplifted across various faith and spiritual communities. We invite leaders from these communities to share about their faith and host crafts and arts activities […]

Hanukkah & Havdalah

Temple Adath Israel 124 N Ashland Ave, Lexington, KY

Join us for an epic Hanukkah scavenger hunt and dreidel games for the older kids and crafting for all ages! We'll kickoff this season of light together outside with a bonfire and s'mores to celebrate Havdalah!

TJFF Presents a Film Masterclass with Dr. Eric Goldman — From Gentleman’s Agreement to The Fabelmans: Hollywood’s History Confronting Antisemitism and Hate


Since the early 1930s, Hollywood filmmakers have repeatedly, though often reluctantly, explored the hate that will not die. Some, particularly members of the North American Jewish Establishment, were fearful that raising the issue might cause greater harm than good.  How have these explorations changed over time? Most recently, filmmakers like Steven Spielberg, Lynn Novick, Sarah […]

Religious Accommodations in the Corporate Workplace Webinar


This webinar will explore America's tradition of religious inclusion, the law used to protect religious accommodations at work, and the trend among U.S. regulators and courts to strengthen these protections. For more background, please read about our newly published fact sheet on the topic: http://bit.ly/RAfactsheet

The Pianist of Willesden Lane

Theatre J 1529 16th Street NW, Washington, DC

After a sold-out run at the Kennedy Center, Grammy®-nominated pianist Mona Golabek makes her triumphant return in one of the most powerful performances in Theater J’s history. Set in Vienna in 1938 and in London during the Blitzkrieg, The Pianist of Willesden Lane tells the true and inspiring story of Lisa Jura, a young Jewish pianist whose […]

Lockdown University: Why So Many People Still Don’t Understand Antisemitism: Webinar with Yair Rosenberg


Yair Rosenberg, contributing writer at The Atlantic will be in conversation with Carly Maisel, CEO of Ki Philanthropies.   To join the webinar, please click the below link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84828594537?pwd=b0ZJbmFkQm5yaXRBQU9odk5oT09UUT09 Webinar ID: 848 2859 4537 Passcode: 821261   Yair Rosenberg is a contributing writer at The Atlantic, where he writes the Deep Shtetl newsletter on the […]

Confronting Hate: Repairing the World: Stories from the Tree of Life


During this webinar, we’ll be in conversation with Patrice O’Neill,  the director of the new documentary, Repairing the World: Stories from the Tree of Life. We’ll discuss the making of this film and its implications in the fight against antisemitism and racism.

Shine A Light on Antisemitism and Racism

Miami Beach JCC 4221 Pine Tree Dr, Miami Beach, FL

Join us alongside leaders from Miami-Dade’s Black and Jewish communities as we use art as a catalyst to shine a light on racism and antisemitism. This interactive, educational program will engage participants in meaningful conversation exploring the commonalities between the two cultures.

Diversity in December: Creating a Culture of Belonging on Campus


Join us to celebrate the shared ideals of Kwanzaa and Hanukkah: unity in diversity, self-determination, and belonging. We look forward to gathering together to honor and explore these diverse traditions and to discuss strategies to foster an inclusive campus environment where students of all backgrounds feel a sense of belonging.

National Jewish ERG Network: Informational Kickoff


As part ADL’s corporate engagement and workplace education efforts, we are excited to spearhead the creation of a national network of Jewish Employee Resource Groups (ERGs). This initiative, starting in 2023, is designed to create a space for Jewish employees to connect with their colleagues and peers around the nation to support their ERG goals. […]

A Night of Remembrance: Three Years Since the Jersey City Shooting

Jersey City City Hall Steps 280 Grove St, Jersey City, NJ

Join ADL, the Jewish Federation of Northern New Jersey, the Israeli American Council and community partners to light memorial candles with Mayor Fulop, other elected officials and community leaders in Jersey City. Together we will memorialize the events of December 10, 2019 and raise our voices in unity against hate and antisemitism.

Shine A Light on Antisemitism & Hinduphobia: What Hindus and Jews Can Learn From Each Other (Session One: The Same Playbook of Recycled Stereotypes and Slurs)


The hate and misinformation driving antisemitism to new dangerous levels are similar to the forces that underlie Hinduphobia and other religious/ethnic bigotry. Although Hindus and Jews are experiencing unprecedented levels of animus against them, they often feel isolated. Shine A Light on Antisemitism & Hinduphobia: What Hindus and Jews Can Learn From Each Other is […]

Introductory Security Training by the Community Security Service


We are honored to invite you to register for CSS's Entry Point training session which has been arranged by the leadership of Shine a Light on Antisemitism. This is a one-hour virtual training about the basics of security and how to volunteer to help protect your community. Topics covered include: Identifying security threats Recognizing suspicious […]

Shining A Light on Antisemitism


Please join us, United Jewish Federation of Stamford, New Canaan and Darien, with UJA JCC Greenwich & Jewish Federation of Greater New Haven as well as others around the world in Shining A Light on Antisemitism. Featuring author and comedian, David Baddiel, author of Jews Don't Count in conversation with Mark Oppenheimer, co-host of the podcast Unorthodox.

Gifts of Light: Voices of Our Children

Holy Blossom Temple 1950 Bathurst St, York, Ontario

To honor and raise money for children in Ukraine, Gifts of Light will bring together the incredible vocal talents of children in our communities.  This year, we will feature the inspiring young voices of two of the Canadian Children’s Opera Company Choruses, The Leo Baeck Choir, Holy Blossom Temple’s YEC and ECC Choirs, students from […]

Get Your Hanukkah On

Sto Lat Bar Event Space 4475 Transit Road, Williamsville, NY

Join us at Sto Lat Bar Event Space (next door to Chrusciki Bakery, Simply Pierogi, and Sto Lat Bar in the Eastern Hills Mall) to: Make a beautiful tile & glass mosaic menorah to light up your home and the world Enjoy delectable glow in the dark donuts, sparkly adult cocktails and glow in the […]

Shine A light

Richmond Jewish Day School 8760 No 5 Rd, Richmond, British Columbia

Richmond Jewish Day School invites you to Shine A Light this winter! Schools are invited to bring a craft or activity that is related to their winter celebrations and share it with participants from Highway to Heaven Schools.

Lockdown Unviersity: Antisemitism in America: How Did We Get Here? Webinar with Ted Deutch


American Jewish Committee CEO Ted Deutch joins Carly Maisel, CEO of Ki Philanthropies on Lockdown University for a discussion on the current state of antisemitism in America.   To join the webinar, please click the link below: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85806200236?pwd=c3JWdUZ1YkJ5TzQzYkY2RzFpMytSdz09 Webinar ID: 858 0620 0236 Passcode: 501916   Ted Deutch, a lifelong Jewish and pro-Israel activist, assumed […]

A Night of Commemoration

Ramapo Town Hall 237 NY-59, Suffern, NY

AD and the Jewish Federation & Foundation of Rockland County will join the Money community to commemorate the 3rd anniversary of the events of December 28th, 2019 in Monsey, NY. Hosted by the Town of Ramapo, we will be joined by Ramapo Supervisor Michael Specht, elected officials and community leaders as we light candles in […]

The Beauty That Remains: The Legacy of Anne Frank

The Paley Museum 25 West 52 Street, New York, NY

On the 75th anniversary of the publication of The Diary of Anne Frank, the Paley Center brings together actors, creators, and historians who have worked to adapt her moving story to television, film, and theater. The panel will talk about the rewards and challenges of dramatizing this iconic figure, and the influence it has had on […]

Tampa Bay Lightning Jewish Heritage Night

Amalie Arena 401 Channelside Dr, Tampa, FL

Your ticket includes a custom Lightning pin and a kosher meal on the Budweiser Biergarten available until the start of the 2nd period. There will be a symbolic menorah lighting on the plaza at 6:15 PM Puck Drop at 7:00 PM

Shine A Light on Antisemitism & Hinduphobia: What Hindus and Jews Can Learn From Each Other (Session Two: From Online Hate to Real World Consequences)


The hate and misinformation driving antisemitism to new dangerous levels are similar to the forces that underlie Hinduphobia and other religious/ethnic bigotry. Although Hindus and Jews are experiencing unprecedented levels of animus against them, they often feel isolated. Shine A Light on Antisemitism & Hinduphobia: What Hindus and Jews Can Learn From Each Other is […]

Noah Aronson in Concert

Pinellas Park Performing Arts Center 4951 78th Ave N, Pinellas Park, FL

Community celebration celebrating and learning about Chanukah

Chanukah on Jay

Schenectady City Hall Jay Street, Schenectady, NY

Chanukah on Jay

National Menorah Lighting

The Ellipse 1700 E St NW, Washington, DC

The world's premier celebration of Chanukah.

Chanukah at Forsyth

Forsyth Park 2 W Gaston St, Savannah, GA

This Chanukah, Savannah will unite for a community-wide celebration at Forsyth Park. Get ready for an unforgettable Chanukah experience with entertainment, activities and holiday fun for all ages. Free and open to all!

Shine A Light on Antisemitism

Congregation Etz Chayim 3853 Woodley Rd, Toledo, OH

A large community rally to celebrate Hanukkah and to shine a light on rising antisemitism

You Light Up Your Broward County

Jewish Federation of Broward Parking Lot 5890 South Pine Island Rd, Davie, FL

Please join us for latkes and sweets united against hate and antisemitism!

Shine A Light on Antisemitism: Times Square Menorah Lighting

Times Square 47th St and Broadway, New York, NY

JOIN US IN TIMES SQUARE Monday, December 19, 2022 • 5:00 - 6:30 pm Times Square - enter at Broadway and 47th Street, New York City Antisemitism is intensifying. Our efforts to fight it must be even stronger. Nearly one out of every four Jews in the U.S. experiences antisemitism. It’s become normalized across our […]

JFS and Stewart Home & School Hanukkah Celebration

Jewish Federation of the Bluegrass 124 N Ashland Ave, Lexington, KY

Jewish Family Services (JFS) will welcome the Stewart Home and School from Frankfort, KY to the JFB offices for their annual Hanukkah party. Contact Paula Mertens, JFS Director, at jfs@jewishlexington.org for more information.

Shine A Light On Antisemitism This Hanukkah

Gladwyne Presbyterian Church 1321 Beaumont Dr, Gladwyne, PA

ANTISEMITISM IN AMERICA IS A CRISIS. From the far-right, the far-left, and everywhere in between, Jews feel under attack. Now is the time for self-reflection, and now is the time for action. As we light the Hanukkah Menorah, please join us for an urgent conversation with Jewish and other faith leaders to listen and learn […]

Lockdown University Webinar: Fighting Antisemitism, Hate and Harassment in Online Multiplayer Games with Daniel Kelley


Anti-Defamation League's Daniel Kelley joins Carly Maisel, CEO of Ki Philanthropies, for a discussion on the ADL's latest report, "Hate is No Game: Hate and Harassment in Online Gaming 2022".   Please click the link below to join the webinar: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81115111107?pwd=UHpuck0rTkVjUWVqb0tZaEE0aTFDQT09 Webinar ID: 811 1511 1107 Passcode: 421246   Daniel Kelley is the Associate Director […]

Shine a Light on Antisemitism

Jewish Federation of Cleveland Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel Building 25701 Science Park Drive, Cleveland, OH

Join hundreds of Greater Cleveland community members from all faiths as we SHINE A LIGHT on rising antisemitism and the growing threat this form of hate poses to our society. This special menorah lighting ceremony on the third night of Chanukah will feature remarks from community leaders and allow us to celebrate the light of the […]

Hanukkah and Hockey Night

VyStar Veterans Memorial Arena 300 A Philip Randolph Blvd, Jacksonville, FL

Join your Icemen as we celebrate Hanukkah and Hockey Night on Wednesday, December 21!

Shine a Light!

Weitzman National Museum of American Jewish History 101 S Independence Mall E, Philadelphia, PA

Shining a light on hate to make our world safer and kinder takes all of us. Join jkid4all, The Weitzman National Museum of American Jewish History, and Jewish Federation of North America on Monday, December 26th, 3:30pm to 5:00pm for an afternoon of learning about light. This free family event will highlight history and customs […]