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This podcast shares the perspectives of faculty and students in the OSUN collaborative network course "Antisemitism, Holocaust, Colonialism, Gender: Connecting the Conversations." These terms are used as a lens to examine prejudice, discrimination, race, and hate in their historical and contemporary manifestations. Questions have often been discussed in a bifurcated way, with antisemitism and the Holocaust studied separately from forms of racism rooted in colonial legacies. The aim is to reframe discussions that at present take place in parallel, and sometimes in an antagonistic manner. Faculty and students explore how work through these intellectual tensions, which have real-world implications that take form in diverse national and regional contexts.