Pandemic forces postponement of event

Due to the Governor of Connecticut's order, the event planned for Spring 2021 will not be held until Fall of 2021 at the earliest. Further announcements will be forthcoming as RWCFI develops plans to develop the project's early stages virtually.

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2001 Youth Leadership Forum Summary Report

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Is It Still Safe to Be a Jew in America?

Classic forms of hatred have increased dramatically

Is antisemitism the 'new normal' in the United States? The Atlantic Monthly reports that As society has grown more polarized, classic forms of hatred have increased dramatically.

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Atlantic Monthly Report

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American Jews Are Deeply Worried

One year after the Pittsburgh synagogue shooting

The Huffington Post reports that American Jews are fearful of antisemitism. About 88% of American Jews believe anti-Semitism is a problem in the U.S. today, with 38% labeling it a “very serious” problem, according to a national survey. A plurality of respondents (43%) said they believe anti-Semitism in the U.S. has “increased a lot” over the past five years.

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Village for Families and Children to Host Anniversary Event

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Stephen Miller Is an Immigration Hypocrite

The Trump Aide's Uncle Speaks Out

Forces in the White House, headed by Seven Miller, promote cruelty to young children as ongoing hateful actions continue.

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Hear from Stephen Miller's Uncle

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Moving New Video for Documentary Project

Interview with Holocaust Survivor Gisela Adamski

RWCFI filmed a compelling interview with holocaust survivor Gisela Adamski (pictured above) recently, capturing her captivating and disturbing story for the "Rescuing Raoul Wallenberg" Documentary film project, as well as for general educational purposes.

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Fascism Watch

Representational democracy on the brink

Sonja Sonnenfeld warned "it can happen again!" Are we in the United States on the brink of fascism?

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Democracy or Fascism?

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Fighting Hate for Good

ADL H.E.A.T. Map is the first-of-its-kind

The events last year in Charlottesville didn’t happen in a bubble. Extremism, anti-Semitism, and white supremacy are felt all over the United States. See where hate happens in your neighborhood through the new Anti Defamation League (ADL) interactive H.E.A.T. (Hate. Extremism. Anti-Semitism. Terrorism).

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