Preparing and empowering Jewish students and their allies to address today’s most challenging issues of antisemitism and anti-Israel bias on campus.

Antisemitism on college campuses is rising at an alarming rate and young adults are ill equipped to manage the challenges they may face. Most are unaware of organizations on campus that engage in Jewish life. In response, TribeTalk provides in-person experiential workshops on the college campus, in high schools, youth groups and at summer camps to help address these complicated political times. Our college comparison provides resources for high school students so they can research and compare Jewish life on multiple college campuses. In addition, TribeTalk produces insightful webinars and podcasts that present different experiences of Jewish life on campus as well as in-depth discussions on relevant and critical issues.

In a new opinion piece published in eJewish Philanthropy, TribeTalk’s co-founder, Robin Friedman, makes the argument that high school students stepping onto college campuses today – particularly in the wake of October 7th – are unprepared to deal with the unprecedented scope of antisemitism and anti-Israel bias.

Read her full take on what needs to change

Webinars and Podcasts

Webinars and Podcasts for information and inspiration

Antisemitism Workshops

Our workshops educate students about antisemitism
so that when they SEE something,
they know how and when to SAY something,
and feel empowered to DO something.
Judaism is joyful and we need to remind ourselves to stand proudly as Jews and not allow Jew Hate to be tolerated in any format.