LATEST NEWS ON ANTI-SEMITISM
Anti-semitism Awareness Bill Passes SenateBipartisan Senate Legislation to Combat Anti-Semitism on Campus
BOYCOTT, DIVESTMENT AND SANCTIONS (BDS)
LATEST NEWS ON BDS
- BDS supporters join post-election anti-Trump protests. US Congress mulls anti-BDS legislation while Middle East Studies Association proposes changing bylaws to favor BDS.
- Pro-Israel European alliance prepares to fight massive anti-Israel campaign in 2017
- Meet team BDS! London university rugby team backs Israel boycott
- Anti-Israel Activist Cheryl Davila wins a seat on the Berkeley City council
- Jewish Liquor Store Owner Threatened by Pro-BDS Customer Says He Has Received ‘Overwhelming Support’
Please join us for an evening with President Brock Blomberg of Ursinus College and Dr. Asaf Romirowsky of SPMEConfronting anti-Israel Indoctrination and BDS on Campus
- Speaker Disruption Policy at UC Davis: A Position Paper
- Anti-semitism Awareness Bill Passes Senate
- Bipartisan Senate Legislation to Combat Anti-Semitism on Campus
- The Real Scandal at Oberlin Is Much Bigger Than One Professor’s Anti-Semitism
- Oberlin College dismisses professor who posted anti-Semitic messages on social media
This list is based on positions expressed by the Presidents of such Universities or others in a position to state a university’s position (e.g., communications staff). We are aware of no university in the U.S. endorsing the boycott. See University statements rejecting academic boycott of Israel.
For decades, the American Studies Association labored in well-deserved obscurity. No longer. It has now made a name for itself by voting to boycott Israeli universities, accusing them of denying academic and human rights to Palestinians.
Given that Israel has a profoundly democratic political system, the freest press in the Middle East…
The list of Universities condemning the academic boycott of Israel passed by the American Studies Association and two smaller academic groups is growing. New announcements are being made daily, although I expect a lull in new announcements as most universities are closed until after New Year’s Day.