Campus Monitor - Nassau Community College

Antisemitism Tracker

Total Antisemitic Activity:

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Classification Date-Description
TARGETING JEWISH STUDENTS AND STAFF: GENOCIDAL EXPRESSION;
HISTORICAL
12/6/16 – Three swastikas were found drawn in black ink on a handrail and a wall on campus.
GENOCIDAL EXPRESSION;
HISTORICAL
10/29/16 – Multiple swastikas were found drawn in blue marker on the walls and urinals in both men’s rooms on the first and second floors of the E Building.
GENOCIDAL EXPRESSION;
HISTORICAL
10/28/16 – Cleaning staff found two swastikas and an antisemitic comment on the wall of the men’s room of the Cluster D Building.
GENOCIDAL EXPRESSION;
HISTORICAL
10/15/16 – Three swastikas were found drawn in green marker in the E Cluster building second floor men’s room.

 

In the News ?

January 7, 2017:
Campus News –  Hate graffiti and a campus’ response

December 21, 2016:
Long Island Press – NCC Student Nabbed in Swastika Cases
(Description note, “Saini allegedly told police the graffiti was in response to his feeling slighted by the Jewish community in Plainview.”)

December 20, 2016:
CBS New York – Nassau Community College Student Accused Of Drawing Dozens Of Swastikas Around Campus

December 15, 2016:
The Island Now – Swastikas spotted on college campus

December 13, 2016:
Mineola American – Swastikas Discovered At Nassau Community College

December 8, 2016:
CBS New York – Swastikas Found Scrawled At Nassau Community College For Fourth Time

 

Photo Album - Campus Antisemitism

Source Credit: CBS New York (December 20, 2016)

A swastika that police say was scrawled inside a building at Nassau Community College. Source Credit: CBS New York (December 20, 2016)


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BDS Tracker

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BDS Instigators: Student & Faculty


STUDENT BDS

N/A

FACULTY BDS

N/A

 


AMCHA Activism

There are currently no AMCHA Initiative campaigns for this campus.