College Campus Reality
The growing problem of anti Semitism on UC campuses and college campuses throughout the country.
A special invitation to parents of college bound students
All interested adults are welcomed This event is free and open to members and non-members alike.
From her view in the trenches, Tammi Rossman-Benjamin will discuss the serious and growing problem of antisemitism at the University of California and on campuses throughout the state and across the country. She will also share efforts that she and her non-profit organization, AMCHA Initiative, have made to combat campus antisemitism and ways that you can get involved.
12:00-1:00pm – Room 5/6 – special session for high school students
1:15-2:15pm – Main Sanctuary – Shabbat Shiur
Tammi Rossman-Benjamin is cofounder and director of AMCHA Initiative, a non-profit organization that investigates, documents and combats anti-Semitism at institutions of higher education in America, and was a faculty member in Hebrew and Jewish Studies at the University of California from 1996 – 2016. She writes, researches, advocates and lectures widely on campus anti-Semitism, anti-Zionism, and academic freedom, and has been widely published. In 2016, Rossman-Benjamin led a coalition of 50 Jewish and education advocacy groups that successfully lobbied the University of California to adopt a landmark intolerance policy condemning “antisemitism and antisemitic forms of anti-Zionism.” She is currently working with administrators at other universities to adopt similar measures to protect Jewish students.
Post archive date: Saturday March 18th, 2017