Contagious Conspiracies: Calls to Action to Do Today!

Our Lunch and Learn on May 13 featured speakers Joseph Uscinski, Scott Richman and Jordana Horn Gordon. Thank you to all who joined us for your commitment to supporting victims and targets of online hate by helping to pass A4833/S3067. This bill will strengthen and improve New Jersey’s hate crimes framework and provide additional protections for victims of cyber-harassment.

Below please find the Calls to Action we spoke about, as well as a list of notable resources. Share with friends and family!


1. Send an Email to Legislators to Support A4833/S3067 with One Click!
Thanks to the ADL, you can easily email your state legislators here.

2. Call Your State Senator
A4833/S3067 passed the Assembly and is now in the Senate Judiciary Committee
Find your State Senator here.

Call Script: My name is _______, and I am a member of the National Council of Jewish Women, Essex County Section. I am calling today to ask you to support S3067, a bill that will strengthen and improve our state’s hate crimes framework and provide additional protections for victims of swatting and cyber-harassment.

Online hate ruins lives by stoking fear, silencing voices and causing harm to people’s physical and professional safety. An ADL survey of Americans found that 41 percent of American adults surveyed reported experiencing online harassment. These offenses have a serious and lasting effect on victims and their families. Please support S3067.

3. Sign onto NCJW/Essex Letter to Senate Judiciary Chair Nicolas Scutari
NCJW/Essex will be sending a letter a letter to the Senate Judiciary Chair asking for his support for this legislation so that it can have a hearing, be voted out of committee and receive a vote in the full Senate. To have your name added to the letter, email Stephanie Abrahams, NCJW/Essex Director of Advocacy, here.
Read Professor Joseph Uscinski’s Conspiracy Theories: A Primer
Learn More About Conspiracy Theories and the People Who Believe Them
See the ADL’s H.E.A.T. map detailing hate, extremist and antisemitic incidents by state and nationwide
Read about the ADL’s national audit of anti-Semitic incidents last year
Read about New Jersey’s anti-Semitic incidents last year
Learn about the ADL’s No Place For Hate program