CLEVELAND — As the world marks Yom HaShoah -- Holocaust Remembrance Day -- 3News is tracking a disturbing rise of antisemitism here in Northeast Ohio and beyond.
Thursday evening on Front Row: A Turning Point, we looked at the concerns being raised in the Jewish community – and how education and awareness go hand in hand in stopping hate.
Earlier this week, 3News also presented A Turning Point panel discussion focused on antisemitism. The panel was moderated by 3News contributor Chris Webb, who was joined by Rev. Gregory Kendrick Jr. of Cory United Methodist Church and Ellen Petler, program coordinator of Park Synagogue. You can watch the conversation in the player below:
LINKS TO A TURNING POINT STORIES:
- A Turning Point: As we observe Holocaust Remembrance Day, a concerning rise antisemitism in Ohio and beyond
- A Turning Point: Jewish Federation of Cleveland board chair on front lines in Ukraine
- A Turning Point: A foundation that helped Northeast Ohio Holocaust survivors find home, and a memorial that ensures their stories are not forgotten
- A Turning Point: Chris Webb moderates panel discussion about antisemitism
- A Turning Point | Meet JFC Security, LLC: The specialized force protecting Cleveland's Jewish community and locations
- A Turning Point | 'Remembrance in the Living Room': How an innovative program is connecting Holocaust survivors with the younger generation
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