In today’s tense, and divisive political climate, many Jews aren’t sure where they fit in. While some feel threatened, others feel called to step up as allies. Many of us want to do both, but we aren’t sure how to respond to rising antisemitism. Join us for an event that will address these concerns and help Jews of diverse religious and ideological backgrounds process the fear that, for many, is part of our cultural story. With the guidance of mental health experts, rabbis, activists, and teachers, we will learn about the impact of trauma on the Jewish community and then practice coping strategies to deal with our fears more productively so that we can effectively work towards social change.