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Fordham forced to recognize ‘Students for Justice in Palestine’ club

A Students for Justice in Palestine chapter is open for business on the Fordham University campus after a Manhattan judge ruled the Catholic college must recognize the club. The university appealed the August Manhattan Supreme Court decision. “Fordham University is committed to serving all of its students both in and out of the classroom: the…

University of North Carolina expresses willingness to confront anti-Semitism

Louis Round Wilson Library at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. Credit: Ildar Sagdejev via Wikimedia Commons. The U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights informed the Zionist Organization of America this month that the University of North Carolina expressed a willingness to resolve the ZOA’s allegations through a resolution agreement. The Oct.…

Progressive Zionists Say in Second Letter to Warren Campaign IfNotNow Co-Founder Should ‘Step Down’ from Campaign

The Progressive Zionists of California (PZC) wrote a second letter to Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s (D-Mass.) presidential campaign on July 30 calling on the campaign to ask IfNotNow co-founder Max Berger “to step down” from his position on the campaign. PZC co-founders Susan George and Paul Kujawsky wrote in a July 15 letter that they were concerned about Berger being…

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