Talking Points

Each week, our researchers delve deep into online, social, and traditional media to determine the major issues and news events likely to either impact or affect Jewish- Americans or Israel. The content is assembled from a diverse array of U.S., Israeli and global media and carefully vetted to ensure accuracy.

Representatives of a wide array of leading organizations from across the political spectrum then meet to select the most important topic of the week from that curated content and mutually reach consensus on key messages that address that topic.

Our dedicated team then produces each edition, adding links to additional relevant headlines and information, along with suggested social media posts, and distributes Focus Project talking points to our ever-growing distribution list now exceeding 125,000.

Daily News Brief

As the rise in American antisemitism rises at an unprecedented and startling rate, our editors scan thousands of headlines to find and curate the 60-100 most important national and local stories that affect our community.

Knowledge is king as we battle Jew-hatred and delegitimization of Israel. Daily News Brief provides a daily snapshot of hotspots in the nation, including alarming legislative developments, community threats and the threats we face at universities and schools.

Our daily email provides the top three headlines and a link to our full list of curated stories.



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Antisemitism 911

Acts of hate affect all of us in cities and towns across the U.S. and around the world. With antisemitic acts becoming a near-daily occurrence, you or someone you know may have been a recent victim. While there are many great resources on how to respond, ļ¬nding them may not be easy. The Antisemitism 911 website provides you with easy access to the best tips and tools available.

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