Tag Meir's website is an invaluable resource of information about racism and responses to racism in Israel.
Tag Meir's Facebook page notifies viewers of racist attacks and the opportunities to protest against them. It has approximately 40,000 viewings per month with more than 1500 friends.
Tag Meir is a recognized authority on racism in Israel. Journalists and media anchors approach our activists for timely reactions to racist attacks and responses to them.
Tag Meir has assumed the role of watchdog on matters of racism, anticipating and acting proactively against racist infringements and attacks, as well as responding to them.
Tag Meir publishes prominent newspaper and other advertisements informing the Israeli public about racist issues in Israel.
Tag Meir send letters of protest and to top government officials urging them to take appropriate action against racist incitement and attacks. Examples include letters to: Nir Barkat, the Mayor of Jerusalem, urging him to change the route of the Jerusalem Day Parade to avoid sensitive Arab neighborhoods. Prime Minister, Binyamin Netanyahu, urging him to heed the atmosphere of incitement to violence with the evacuation of the HaUlpana in Samaria. Leading Rabbis of the Religious Zionist Yeshivot (academies of higher religious learning) urging them to stop their students from carrying out Tag Machir attacks.
Tag Meir led protests [link to article below -- adapted from the other website] against the publication by an ultra-Orthodox rabbi of the invidious and inflammatory Torat Ha'melech (The King's Law), a book that seeks to justify religiously the killing of non-Jews by Jews.