The Columbia University chapter of the pro-Palestinian student group known as the Students for Justice circulated a flyer which had the image of an Israeli soldier with horns. No condemnation has been issued by the university.
Outspoken anti-Semitic activist Linda Sarsour recently spoke at NYU, pushing for people to vote for candidates who aren’t white.
A Democratic congresswoman’s anti-Semitic remarks have spurred two pro-Israel on-campus organizations to condemn her use of anti-Semitic tropes.
A lecture and documentary film event at the University of California-Irvine apparently focused entirely on anti-Zionism, allegedly portraying Jews in a negative light in the film and in the post-film discussion.
And how does this comport with university policies on hate speech?
CNN has dropped Marc Lamont Hill from its roster of commentators but he still has a post at Temple University, at last report.
Anti-Semitism on the rise and Columbia is a focal point.
The rest of us could use a lesson or two as well.
Given our title, we’ve seen it first hand, but we keep getting confirmation.
One of Bryn Mawr College’s past presidents was viewed as a hero, with buildings named after her on the college campus, until further research discovered she was anti-Semitic and refused to admit black students.