It is a sad reality that Jewish people are often faced with discrimination, be it in the workplace, on the street, or online. I myself have experienced antisemitism from time to time. Hatred against the Jewish people is historical, and unfortunately it is still sometimes found to be deeply ingrained into non-Jewish culture, sometimes unknowingly (such as stereotyping).
How should a Jewish person respond to antisemitism? I have heard a wide range of individual opinions, from activism and awareness to brushing it off as a product of the Exile, an unsolvable issue until the Messianic era (or that it is something left for God to judge and that we should not interfere but rather continue to be a good example to others).
I'm mainly looking for traditional Jewish responses and less personal opinion. Although I myself believe that we should take great offense to antisemitic remarks, perhaps "a soft answer" is the proper way.