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Sunday, June 25 • 9:30am - 10:30am
Campus Anti-Semitism: Separating Reality from Hysteria

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Recent news reports suggest that anti-Semitism on college campuses is skyrocketing and Jewish students are cowering in fear.  But how can we separate reality from hysteria? Using the most up-to-date data, we will explore the following questions:  

  • What does campus anti-Semitism look like and who are its perpetrators?
  • How many Jewish students are affected by anti-Jewish hostility and at which schools is the problem most severe?
  • What kinds of strategies have been used to address campus anti-Semitism and how effective have they been?
  • What lessons can campus anti-Semitism teach us about the broader challenges facing the Jewish community and how we can overcome them?

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Tammi Benjamin

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. She was a faculty member in Hebrew and Jewish Studies at the University of California... Read More →

Sunday June 25, 2017 9:30am - 10:30am PDT
Kevah 2095 Rose St., Suite 202 Berkeley

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