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Hate Prevention Education

ZBT is an integral component of combating campus hate in all forms. Our Hate Against One is Hate Against All campaign strives to end hate, whether it be antisemitism, racism or other forms of hate. We believe that hate unchecked against one community can lead to hate against other communities. Hate has no place in our world, and ZBT strives to create a more inclusive world through this multifaceted endeavor. By promoting awareness, dialogue and social justice activism, Hate Against One is Hate Against All breaks down barriers and stereotypes, encourages students to have real conversations about hate culture and empowers brothers to act.

The Fraternity’s hate prevention programming is funded by generous grants from the Zeta Beta Tau Foundation as part of its Heritage Initiative. If you would like to support the Heritage Initiative, please donate to the Zeta Beta Tau Foundation.

Summit Against Hate

The virtual Summit Against Hate was November 27, followed by an in-person panel at an educational conference for campus life professionals. Featured panelists included campus Jewish life professionals from agencies like Hillel and Chabad, higher education pro-Israel professionals and #🟦 Stand Up to Jewish Hate representatives.

[This is a required ZBT program. Chapters must have one representative (minimum). It is a headquarters-tracked required part of Standards of Excellence accreditation.

The Summit Against Hate was a recipient of the 2017 and 2021 North American Interfraternity Conference’s Laurel Wreath Award, co-hosted by Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity, Alpha Epsilon Phi Sorority, Sigma Delta Tau Sorority and Sigma Alpha Mu Fraternity. Funding is generously provided by the foundations that support these organizations. 

Combatting Campus Antisemitism

This educational workshop was developed exclusively for Zeta Beta Tau audiences. The presentation explores the history of antisemitism to build context for the ways it still shows up today. It will help you to think critically about your own assumptions, beliefs, biases and values in order to address historic and current inequalities. Combatting Campus Antisemitism is available virtually or in person through a generous grant from the Zeta Beta Tau Foundation, meaning it is a low- or no-cost educational opportunity for chapters. If you are interested in bringing this program to your campus, please complete the form below.


This program is made possible in part by the generous support of the Zeta Beta Tau Foundation. To learn more about your Foundation, please visit zbtfoundation.org.