In this insightful second part of our interview with Brian Siegal, Regional Director of the American Jewish Committee (AJC), we delve deeper into the troubling rise of anti-Semitic incidents across the United States.   Brian shares his expertise on various instances of anti-Semitism encountered by recording artists, entertainers, and sports figures and emphasizes the urgent need for tailored responses to these issues.   Our conversation also navigates the importance of proactive engagement with major professional associations for training on anti-Semitism, and the implementation of stringent measures, such as game cancellations and fan bans, to combat discrimination in sports, particularly in soccer.   Brian sheds light on the vital resources and guides available on the AJC website that are designed for a wide array of sectors, from Congress to educators, in fighting anti-Semitism.   Additionally, he discusses the national strategy developed by the White House to address this issue and how AJC assists institutions through training and resources. The alarming results of a study conducted on the state of anti-Semitism in America further underscore the imperatives discussed, painting a grim picture of insecurity among American Jews and spotlighting the challenges on college campuses.   Brian and our host, Greg Goldfarb, make a strong call to action, advocating for societal-wide involvement and examining the mechanics behind AJC’s comprehensive strategies.

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