The JCRC protects Jewish security and the rights of Jews everywhere, monitoring and responding to antisemitic activity and promoting tolerance. Below are resources for reporting and monitoring antisemitism provided by the JCRC. If you have any questions regarding these resources, contact Allison Hayden.
To report antisemitic incident, fill out this form. Any information you send to the Jewish Community Relations Council is Strictly Confidential.
Guidelines for Reporting Antisemitic Incidents
Resources from the Anti-Defamation League
2021 Audit of Antisemitic Incidents
Press Release for 2021 Antisemitism Audit
2020 Audit of Antisemitic Incidents
Press Release for 2020 Antisemitism Audit
Press Release for 2019 Antisemitism Audit
2019 Audit of Antisemitic Incidents
Press Release for 2018 Antisemitism Audit
2018 Audit of Antisemitic Incidents
Press Release for 2017 Antisemitism Audit
2017 Audit of Antisemitic Incidents
Press Release for 2016 Antisemitism Audit
2016 Audit of Antisemitism Incidents
Press Release for 2015 Antisemitism Audit
2015 Audit of Antisemitism Incidents
Press Release for 2014 Antisemitism Audit
2014 Audit of Antisemitism Incidents
2013 Audit of Antisemitism Incidents
2012 Audit of Antisemitisim Incidents
2011 Audit of Antisemitism Incidents
Contact the JCRC
The Jewish Community Relations Council invites you to three free virtual events exploring antisemitism today and its impact in Milwaukee and beyond.
Wednesday, March 3 | 7 pm
Watch the Antisemitism Update program on Facebook.
Lessons from Elie Wiesel in Light of Today’s Challenges
Presented in partnership with Women’s Philanthropy’s 6th Annual Edie Adelman Political Awareness Lecture
Tuesday, March 9 |7 pm
Thank you to those who attended. A recording of the event is not available.
Deconstructing White Supremacy: The Intersection of Racism and Antisemitism in the Movement
Wednesday, March 24 | 7 pm
Watch the Deconstructing White Supremacy program on Facebook.