The Simon Wiesenthal Center (SWC) Campus Outreach department forges strategic alliances with campus leaders, faculty, staff, and students to confront growing anti-Semitism, fight against BDS, and promote dialogue on university and college campuses.
The Center's National Campus Outreach Coordinator works directly with students, professionals, and administrators across the country to ensure college campuses are safe and welcoming for students from all backgrounds.
Moriah Films is the Jack and Pearl Resnick Film Division of the Simon Wiesenthal Center. Our documentaries focus on the 3,500-year-old Jewish experience as well as contemporary human rights and ethical issues. Moriah’s goal is to produce theatrical documentaries on a regular basis that both enlighten and educate while at the same time reach national and international audiences. Two of Moriahs’ films have been recipients of Academy Awards™ for Best Feature Documentary, Genocide (1981) and The Long Way Home (1997).
The Simon Wiesenthal Center's CombatHateU app is designed to help Jewish students and other supporters of Israel deal with hate, bias, anti-Semitism and extreme anti-Israel harassment on campus.
The Simon Wiesenthal Center has three landmark exhibitions that have been displayed in the Vatican, on Capitol Hill, at the UN and other parts of the US and the world. Those exhibits are Courage to Remember, People, Book, Land: The 3,500 Year Relationship of the Jewish People With the Holy Land, and The Birth of Israel: 18 Months That Changed Jewish Destiny.