Campus Monitor - Brown University

Student Voices

  • October 2, 2016 – Brown University Jewish Student (Benjamin) “Other student groups were not willing to work with me because of my leadership roles in campus Jewish organizations. That was neither the first nor the last time that I would be ostracized this way…My fellow activists tend to dismiss the anti-Semitism that students like me experience regularly on campus. They don’t acknowledge the swastikas that I see carved into bathroom stalls, scrawled across walls or left on chalkboards. They don’t hear students accusing me of killing Jesus. They don’t notice professors glorifying anti-Semitic figures such as Gamal Abdel Nasser of Egypt or the leadership of Hezbollah, as mine have.” Read more
  • August 30, 2016 – Brown University Jewish Student (Benjamin) “From openly anti-Semitic professors to swastika graffiti, the campus can be a hard place for Jews, and is certainly a hard place for Zionist Jews. The hype is true: anti-Zionism is alive and well. …SJP consistently facilitates anti-Semitism. Their attack on Janet Mock’s presentation was an anti-Semitic initiative, and that incident was followed by graffiti evoking the Holocaust and threatening Jewish and LGBTQIA+ students, which SJP pointedly refused to condemn. SJP kicked off last semester by protesting an event on “Jewish journeys” and accusing actor Michael Douglas, who is Jewish but not Israeli, of serving as an insidious agent for the Israeli government.” Read more
  • May 25, 2016 – Brown University Jewish Student (Ben) “[I’ve] felt targeted and unsafe for [my] pro-Israel views.” Read more
  • May 11, 2016 – Brown University Students for Israel Open Letter “The campus atmosphere around Israel/Palestine is so repressive that most Zionist students do not feel able to voice their ideas openly, to stand up to biased professors, or even to discuss Israel in public spaces. Those of us who do choose to defend the single Jewish State are subject to harassment, name-calling, derision from students and teachers’ assistants, and even direct threats to our personal safety. Only in Hillel are we able to speak freely about our support for a two-state solution.” Read more
  • April 4, 2016 – Brown University Jewish Student (Benjamin) Events at Brown University recently raised questions of what equating anti-Zionism with anti-Semitism really means. Anti-Zionist students convinced a transgender human rights activist not to speak at an event because it was co-sponsored by a Jewish group, even though that group took no position on Israel/Palestine. Anti-Semitic and homophobic graffiti soon followed.” Read more
  • March 25, 2016 – Brown University Jewish Student (Ben) “Many people, mostly non-Jews, have told me that anti-Semitism is no longer real, which takes a lot of chutzpah and a lot of non-Jewish privilege. Members of Students for Justice in Palestine have tried to tell me what constitutes anti-Semitism and what does not, what I have a right to feel and what I do not. They have lectured me on when it is and is not appropriate to reference the suffering of my people in the Holocaust. Meanwhile, I am accused of murdering Jesus; I am told that I have too much power; I suffer from microaggressions that evoke the Holocaust regularly. What gives them the right to tell me whether or not Zionism is an acceptable way to access my Jewish heritage and peoplehood? What gives them the right to tell me what it means to be Jewish or what it means to face anti-Semitism?” Read more
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  • March 19, 2016 – Brown University Jewish Student (Lauren) “Anti-Semitic and anti-Israel sentiment has been allowed to fester on our campus for years now. I’m disturbed, disgusted and disappointed that Brown community members would do this, but am, sadly, not surprised” Read more
  • February 1, 2016 -Brown University Jewish Student (Benjamin) “As a Jewish student in the audience, I couldn’t help but worry about the implications of a group on Brown’s campus accusing a non-Israeli Jew (who openly challenges Israeli policies) of carrying out a foreign government’s subversive plots. Is any Jew in the public eye, then, subject to allegations of fifth-column conspiracy?” Read more
  • February 1, 2016 -Brown University Jewish Student (Benjamin) “I was very disappointed to see that “Students for Justice in Palestine” had selected this event — one that was meant not as a political discussion but as a conversation about personal identities — as a target for protest.” Read more
  • October 2014, Jewish Brown University Student (Zach) “Should I have to enter my dorm and look at a swastika on the door? Do we have such a short memory of 20th century events that we forget how traumatizing these symbols are for Jews, many of whom had family live through or perish in the Holocaust?” Read more

 

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Classification Date-Description
TARGETING JEWISH STUDENTS AND STAFF: GENOCIDAL EXPRESSION;
DENIGRATION;
HISTORICAL
3/25/16 – An antisemitic flier was distributed to networked printers throughout campus. The flier had swastikas and said, “White Man are you Sick and Tired of the Jews Destroying Your Country through Mass Immigration and Degeneracy? Join Us in the Struggle for Global White Supremacy at the Daily Stormer.”
DENIGRATION;
DEMONIZATION;
DELEGITIMIZATION
3/21/16 – Brown SJP published an op-ed in the student newspaper stating, “How can Hillel claim to speak against oppression and for intersectionality while supporting a state that sterilizes African Jewish refugees, collectively punishes entire communities with bombings and arrests en masse and imprisons them behind an apartheid wall: There is no pink door in the apartheid wall. Trans liberation, racial justice and intersectional feminism — the topics which Mock’s talk was to cover — cannot be discussed without considering the violence of the Israeli regime, which is supported by organizations like Hillel International…it supports Israel and its colonial project. ….So long as Hillel continues to practice these policies, it cannot serve as a space for social justice work.”
GENOCIDAL EXPRESSION;
HARASSMENT;
HISTORICAL
3/19/16 – Antisemitic messages such as “Holocaust 2.0” were scrawled on Beta Rho Pi (a Jewish fraternity) and Zeta Delta Xi fraternities on the building’s interior halls and bathrooms. A resident posted on Facebook that “One message was directly across from my door, apparently reacting to the Hebrew writing and mezuzah on my door.”
DENIGRATION;
SUPPRESSION OF SPEECH/MOVEMENT/ASSEMBLY;
DEMONIZATION;
DELEGITIMIZATION
3/16/16 – Bestselling author Janet Mock cancelled a speech at Hillel in response to a petition stating it was inappropriate for her to appear at Hillel because the group has defended, “racial apartheid” and was “complicit in pinkwashing.” The petition stated they were not against Mock speaking on campus, so long as she did not do so at Hillel. The organizers, Moral Voices, criticized her cancellation stating, “given that Hillel is the center for Jewish life on this campus — with a mandate to support the interests and meet the needs of a very diverse constituency of Jewish students on College Hill (ranging widely in their political, religious, and cultural inclinations) — does simply engaging in a Jewish space render one unfit to do justice work?”
DISCRIMINATION;
BDS ACTIVITY (CALLS FOR BDS)
4/13/15 – The Palestinian Campaign for the Academic and Cultural Boycott of Israel (PACBI) condemned a symposium on Israel/Palestine hosted by Brown University’s Cogut Center for Humanities as being a violation of PACBI’s boycott guidelines because one of the symposium’s organizers, Adi Ophir, is a professor at both Brown University and Tel Aviv University. PACBI wrote letters to all of the events participants asking them to withdraw from the symposium in solidarity with the academic boycott of Israel, and at least one participant — Brown University Middle East Studies Director Beshara Doumani — withdrew from participating in the event in solidarity with the academic boycott of Israel.
SUPPRESSION OF SPEECH/MOVEMENT/ASSEMBLY;
DENYING JEWS SELF-DETERMINATION;
DELEGITIMIZATION
1/28/16 – SJP at Brown University announced a protest event, “Protesting the Sharansky and Douglas Talk: End Zionist Whitewashing of Apartheid” and stated, “Join us at 7pm outside of Brown University’s Salomon Hall to protest this egregious display of Settler Colonial apologism.” During the protest of the event itself, about 30 protestors shouted, “From the river to the sea, Palestine will be free!” which is effectively a call for the elimination of the Jewish state, and handed out fliers that accused Israel of “ethnic cleansing” while falsely representing the flier as a “program addition.”
ANTISEMITIC EXPRESSION: DELEGITIMIZATION;
BDS ACTIVITY (BDS EVENT)
3/2/17 – The Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs sponsored the event “Palestine-Israel in the Trump Era,” with speakers Rashid Khalidi, Sherene Seikaly, Omer Bartov, Catherine Lutz, J. Brian Atwood and moderator Beshara Doumani. During the event, Seikaly delegitimized Israel with false accusations of Israel being an “apartheid” state. Bartov also falsely accused Israel of being an apartheid state and “a settler colonial system.” Seikaly further supported BDS exclaiming, “…the kind of BDS campaign that you guys did in the American Anthropological Association was a model…for creativity, and innovation, and bravery, and courage.”
DENYING JEWS SELF-DETERMINATION;
DEMONIZATION;
DELEGITIMIZATION;
BDS ACTIVITY (BDS EVENT)
3/3/16 – Middle East Studies held a symposium entitled “Critical Conversations #6: Suffocating Embrace? The Futures of Palestinians in Israel,” which featured 5 panelists: Beshara Doumani, Areej Sabbagh-Khoury, Shira Robinson, Gershon Shafir, and keynote speaker Haneen Zoabi. All 5 speaker falsely accused Israel of being a “settler colonial” state, and symposium organizer Doumani said that considering Israel a “settler colonial state” was the starting assumption of the entire “Critical Conversations” series. Keynote speaker Zoabi falsely accused Israel of “daily killing” and “assassinating” of Palestinian children and “fascist racism,” she called for an end to Israel as a Jewish state, and she promoted BDS as “a very efficient tool for getting Israel to pay the price for its crimes.”
DEMONIZATION;
DELEGITIMIZATION
10/20/15 – Middle East Studies held the event, “Smadar Lavie – Wrapped in the Flag of Israel: Mizrahi Single Mothers and Bureaucratic Torture.” During her talk, Lavie accused Israel of “structural intra-Jewish apartheid” and delegitized Zionism, claiming, “Zionists were like surrogate colonizers on top of the British.” She demonized Zionism with word-choice comparisons to Nazi’s, claiming, “From early Zionism on, the chosen Jewish race was European. …only secular European Jewish women were eugenically capable of reproducing pure citizens…” and “The biblical Holy Land is Palestine, and the chosen people came from Europe to colonize it, informed by…ethics of eugenic superiority” as well as that “the foundation underneath the binary deep structure of Zionism [is] a paternalistic, colonialist logic of androcentric European superiority.” She further claimed, “most disenfranchised Mizrahi would say in one breath, ‘Zionism is Ashkenazi racism’.”
HISTORICAL;
DENYING JEWS SELF-DETERMINATION;
DEMONIZATION;
DELEGITIMIZATION;
BDS ACTIVITY (BDS EVENT)
4/17/15 – Brown SJP hosted Steven Salaita in a talk entitled, “The New McCarthyism,” that was part of a national speaking tour on more than 10 campuses. In his talk, Salaita demonized Israel, falsely accusing it of barbarity, brutality and depravity, and of perpetrating war crimes and mass slaughter, and he delegitimized Israel by falsely accusing it of settler colonialism. Salaita also stated that he opposed Zionism and the notion of a Jewish state, and he falsely accused Zionists of making “phony claims of antisemitism” to mask Israel’s war crimes and shut down all criticism of Israel. In addition, Salaita expressed support for the BDS movement.
DEMONIZATION;
DELEGITIMIZATION;
BDS ACTIVITY (BDS EVENT)
4/10/15 – A conference on “Sexualities and Queer Imaginaries in the Middle East/North Africa” was sponsored by Brown University’s Pembroke Center, the Brown LGBTQ Center, the Sarah Doyle Women’s Center, the Watson Institute, and The Open Society Foundations. During the second panel focusing on Palestine, Sarah Shulman delivered a talk entitled “To Be in Solidarity with Palestine,” in which she promoted BDS as an important way of working in solidarity with Palestinians to “bring an end to the occupation,” and she discussed how to build a solidarity campaign with BDS at its core and the best strategies for carrying out successful BDS campaigns. Ghadir Shafi gave a talk entitled “Queer Feminism in the Context of Israel-Palestine,” in which she falsely accused Israel of “ethnic cleansing,” “apartheid” and “pink-washing” — the portrayal of Israel as a haven for the Queer community — allegedly in order to distract from Israel’s countless human rights violations. Shafi strongly promoted BDS and called on academics to support BDS, saying “Now is the time to take action.”
DENYING JEWS SELF-DETERMINATION;
DEMONIZATION;
DELEGITIMIZATION;
BDS ACTIVITY (BDS EVENT)
3/5/15 – Brown Universty’s Middle East Studies program hosted a panel discussion entitled “Critical Conversations on Palestine and Israel,” which included presentations by Palestinian legislator Hanan Ashrawi, Brown Chancellor Emeritus Stephen Robert, and director general of the Palestinian Center for Policy Research and Strategic Studies. Hani Masri. Both Ashrawi and Mashri promoted BDS, Ashrawi saying it was the Palestinian’s “strongest strategy,” and Mashri saying it was one way to “change the balance of power.” Mashri also stated that “Israel is a colonial settler and apartheid project…we need to defeat and dismantile the colonial settler project, because Israel is not a normal state.” Roberts accused Israel of “ethnic cleansing,” and he said, “Israel today is no longer a democratic state. Israel is an apartheid state.” During the Q & A, Robert also said that he would be comfortable with the elimination of the Jewish state.
BDS ACTIVITY: BDS EVENT 4/26/16 – SJP held the event, “Academic Freedom and the Case for BDS” with JVP’s Rebecca Vilkomerson to advocate support for BDS.
BDS EVENT 3/10/16 – The Watson Institute at Brown University sponsored the talk, “Gaza: Cast Backwards, A Way Forward with Sara Roy.” In the question and answer period of her talk, Roy called for BDS.
CALLS FOR BDS 11/18/15 – Brown SJP started a petition to get the university to remove Sabra hummus from its dining facilities.

 

In the News ?

April 19, 2017:
The Brown Daily Herald – Israeli historian talks Palestinian refugee crisis

December 8, 2016:
Brown Daily Herald – Zionism divides Hillel members

December 6, 2016:
Brown Daily Herald – Students, faculty grapple with defining anti-Semitism

October 25, 2016:
Brown Political Review – The Rise of Border Walls: Implications of a Physically Divided World

October 1, 2016:
The New York Times – Anti-Semitism at My University, Hidden in Plain Sight

September 29, 2016:
Forward – Why Anti-Zionists Who Say They Aren’t Anti-Semitic Usually Are

August 30, 2016:
Forward – Dear Incoming Freshman: Brace Yourself for Insane anti-Semitism.

May 13, 2016:
The Jerusalem Post – Michael Douglas to bring star power to NY ‘Post’ confab

May 13, 2016:
The Gazette – The Jewish community need not tolerate anti-Israel views

May 11, 2016:
Medium – An open thank-you note from Brown Students for Israel to Brown RISD Hillel
(Description note, “The campus atmosphere around Israel/Palestine is so repressive that most Zionist students do not feel able to voice their ideas openly, to stand up to biased professors, or even to discuss Israel in public spaces. Those of us who do choose to defend the single Jewish State are subject to harassment, name-calling, derision from students and teachers’ assistants, and even direct threats to our personal safety. Only in Hillel are we able to speak freely about our support for a two-state solution.”)

May 11, 2016:
Forward – Despite Withdrawal of Hillel Support, Jewish Students Hold Nakba Commemoration Event

May 11, 2016:
The Algemeiner – Heavy Backlash Forces Brown University’s Hillel to Pull Sponsorship of ‘Nakba Day’ Event

March 25, 2016:
The Tower – Brown University: Where Anti-Zionism and Anti-Semitism Do (and Don’t) Meet

March 24, 2016:
Haaretz – Watch Out, Jewish Students: The anti-Israel Movement Will Boycott You Next
(Description note, “But crucially, Janet Mock’s cancellation foreshadows the newest frontier of anti-Zionist activity. The boycott, divestment and sanctions movement is no longer content to just target Israeli institutions. It is now targeting individuals and organizations that are aligned ideologically with Israel.”)

March 24, 2016:
Haaretz – Watch Out, Jewish Students: The anti-Israel Movement Will Boycott You Next

March 21, 2016:
Brown Daily Herald – SJP: Petitioning against Hillel is not anti-Semitic

March 21, 2016:
The Algemeiner – Antisemitic, Anti-Gay Graffiti Found in Brown University Dorms

March 21, 2016:
Haaretz – Anti-Semitic and Homophobic Graffiti Found at Brown University Dorm

March 21, 2016:
Inside Higher Ed – 2 Events Unsettle Jewish Students at Brown

March 21, 2016:
The Tower – Anti-Semitic, Homophobic Graffiti Found at Brown University Fraternity House

March 19, 2016:
The Washington Times – Brown investigating anti-Semitic, anti-gay graffiti

March 19, 2016:
Providence Journal – Brown president expresses ‘outrage’ over ‘homophobic, anti-Semitic’ graffiti

March 19, 2016:
abc NEWS – Brown Investigating Anti-Semitic, Anti-Gay Graffiti

March 19, 2016:
Israel National News – Brown University investigating anti-Semitic graffiti

March 18, 2016:
JTA – Top trans activist cancels speech at Brown Hillel after ‘pinkwashing’ campaign

March 18, 2016:
Campus Reform – Jewish frat covered in anti-Semitic graffiti at Brown University

March 16, 2016:
The Tower – Black Trans Rights Activist Cancels Speech at Brown Hillel after Anti-Israel Protests

March 8, 2016:
The Brown Daily Herald – Hummus options added after SJP protest
(Description note, “In response to requests from Students for Justice in Palestine to boycott Sabra Hummus, Dining Services has recently begun offering Cedar’s Hummus in University eateries…SJP “didn’t want to be purchasing a product that supported those human rights violations, so we pushed for a boycott and an alternative,” Makhlouf said…“It is very easy to trivialize a hummus boycott,” but the BDS movement is “the single strategy for Palestinian rights from our perspective as students,” Makhlouf said.”)

March 8, 2016:
Kosher Press – ‘Hummus Rights Violations’ Upset BDS Protesters at Brown University

March 7, 2016:
The Brown Daily Herald – Zoabi talks future of Palestinians in Israel

February 2, 2016:
Observer – Don’t Tolerate Intolerance at Brown University

February 1, 2016:
The Brown Daily Herald – Gladstone ’18: What does it mean to protest “Jewish journeys”?

January 29, 2016:
The Brown Daily Herald – Students protest Hillel-sponsored lecture

January 29, 2016:
The Sun – Sharansky Breasts a Protest Against His Talk at Brown On Jewish Identity
(Description note, “Though they do not necessarily have the right to speak so loudly and closely as to drown out the Jewish identity event, or to distribute inside the lecture hall, as they did, a slickly worded handout accusing Israel of “ethnic cleansing” and libeling Mr. Sharansky as “an infamous anti-African racist” while falsely representing the flier as a “program addition.”)

January 28, 2016:
The Brown Daily Herald – Al-Sharq ’17: A Call to Action: Protest the Douglas/Sharansky Lecture
(Description note – an SJP member writes, “We as activists committed to the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement write in opposition to this lecture on the following grounds:… This is an affront to academic freedom: Brown students should not be exposed to propaganda campaigns executed by state powers, especially colonial state powers. Further, so long as the Brown/RISD Hillel continues to abide by the Israel Guidelines for Campus Israel Activities, set by Hillel International, which forbids criticism of Israel, it stands in direct violation of academic freedom. Brown/RISD Hillel has refused to become an “Open” Hillel, which means that American Jews are still not allowed to speak freely regarding Israel within Hillel. So long as it accepts money from the Netanyahu government to put on lectures and abide by the Hillel International Israel guidelines, Brown/RISD Hillel is directly in violation of academic freedom…. We object to this blatant whitewashing”)

November 23, 2015:
The Times of Israel – The Ivy League’s Israel Problem
(Description note, ““Israel/Palestine: The One State Condition,” a course taught this semester at Brown University taught by Adi Ophir, illustrates the intellectually irresponsible scholarship characteristic of Ivy League institutions.Based upon a book co-authored by Ophir entitled The One State Condition: Occupation and Democracy in Israel/Palestine, the course readings explain to students that Israel is a colonizing “Occupation regime” comprised of bellicose Israelis who “do not resort to violence because they are subject to terrorism but because using violence is a fundamental part of their ruling apparatus in the Occupied Territories.”)

November 18, 2015:
Sabra Hummus Petition – Boycott Sabra Hummus Petition started
(Description note, “Sabra Hummus, co-owned by Pepsi & the Strauss Group, supports the Israeli military. If you think support for excessive violence has no place on this campus, please sign the petition. If you believe that food and culture should not be appropriated to support a legacy of displacement and oppression, please sign the petition. If you don’t like the after-taste of apartheid, please sign the petition.”)

November 18, 2014:
Brown Political Review – Tread Carefully: When Anti-Zionism Becomes Anti-Semitism

November 17, 2014:
The Electronic Intifada – Palestinian American professor criticized over Israeli diplomat’s appearance at Brown

October 21, 2014:
The Brown Daily Herald – Ingber ’15: The oldest hatred in new and old forms

September 22, 2014:
EVENT: Palestinian Faculty Perspectives On Gaza
(sponsored by: Tufts Arabic Program, Tufts Middle Eastern Studies Program, Tufts Program on Colonialism Studies)

September 12, 2014:
Brown Daily Herald – Teach-In Highlights Sharp Divides over Gaza
(sponsor: written in the Brown Daily Herald)

April 16, 2014:
EVENT: Israel’s Worldwide Role in Repression
(description note: “Join us for a conversation with members of the International Jewish Anti-Zionist Network and the US Palestine Community Network as part of Brown’s 2014 Israeli Apartheid Week”; presented by Brown Students for Justice in Palestine)

April 14, 2014:
EVENT: Israeli Apartheid Week April 14-18
(description note: “Join us for a series of events in honor of Israeli Apartheid Week”; presented by Brown Students for Justice in Palestine; sponsored by Malcolm X Grassroots Movement)

April 3, 2014:
Brown Daily Herald – Letter: Why I protested
(sponsor: written in the Brown Daily Herald)

April 2, 2014:
EVENT: Brown University Un-Welcome for Members of Israeli Occupying Forces
(description note: “On Wednesday, April 2, to its shame, the Brown-RISD Hillel has invited to campus a veteran combat soldier from the Israeli Occupation Forces (or as they call it, the Israeli Defense Forces) to speak to a group of individually selected students (the event is invite-only and the details of the event have not been made public as of now).Therefore, several concerned members of the Brown and Providence communities are circulating a statement of solidarity addressed to Hillel demanding that they cancel the event and planning a protest against the event.”)

April 2, 2014:
Brown Daily Herald – Souza ’14 and Zacks ’15: Oppression is the IDF’s ‘proud truth’

February 14, 2014:
Brown Daily Herald – Brown Students for Justice in Palestine: ‘Academic freedom’ in an unfree world
(sponsor: written in the Brown Daily Herald)

February 12, 2014:
The Brown Daily Herald – Ginsberg ’16: Brown’s Middle East misnomer
(Description note – student author explains the anti-Israel bias of the Middle East Studies department)

February 12, 2014:
Legal Insurrection – Ray Kelly shout-down and anti-Israel academic boycott have something in common

February 12, 2014:
The Brown Daily Herald – Teach-in highlights sharp divides over Gaza – Panel addresses political context behind violence in Gaza, draws some criticism from audience

December 24, 2013:
UNIVERSITY STATEMENT – Brown does not support academic boycotts

November 25, 2013:
EVENT: Boycott! The Art of Economic Activism
(description note: “This exhibit features 61 posters from more than twenty boycotts throughout history, including the Montgomery Bus Boycott, United Farm Workers’ grape and lettuce boycott, divestment from South Africa to protest Apartheid, boycotts of corporations using sweatshops, the Palestinian call for Boycott, Divest and Sanctions, and many others. Boycott and divestment campaigns target companies and governments that support and sustain injustices—and posters have been a primary tool for educating about the issues and inspiring people to action. This exhibition uses powerful posters to demonstrate the effectiveness of boycotts as a nonviolent tactic to end injustice and oppression.”; Sponsored by Brown Divest Coal, Brown Students for Justice in Palestine, Student Labor Alliance)

October 18, 2013:
Brown Students for Justice in Palestine – Student Groups Come Out In Support of Divestment
(description note: Brown’s Advisory Committee on Corporate Responsibility in Investment Policies (ACCRIP) expressing student support for divestment from human rights violations in Palestine; Co-Signers: Africana DUG, BSJP, International Socialist Organization, Student Labor Alliance, Students for a Democratic Society, and Queer Activism Committee)

November 28, 2012:
Brown Students for Justice in Palestine – Divestment Petition Link for Students/Facility/Staff

November 20, 2012:
Brown Students for Justice in Palestine – Brown University President Paxson and Board of Trustees: Divest from companies who profit from the Israeli occupation of Palestine

November 14, 2012:
Mondoweiss – Brown University Advisory Committee on Corporate Responsibility in Investment Policies calls on Brown Corporation to divest from the Israeli occupation 

 

Photo Album - Campus Antisemitism

Source Credit:  (March 22, 2016)

Source Credit: Screen Capture / Brown Daily Herald (March 22, 2016)

Source Credit: Student protesters gathered outside a lecture organized by the Brown/RISD Hillel featuring a chairman of the Jewish Agency for Israel, Natan Sharansky, as well as actor Michael Douglas. (January 29, 2016)

Source Credit: Student protesters gathered outside a lecture organized by the Brown/RISD Hillel featuring a chairman of the Jewish Agency for Israel, Natan Sharansky, as well as actor Michael Douglas. (January 29, 2016)



 
Source Credit: SJP Brown, Dec 24 2014

Source Credit: SJP Brown, Dec 24 2014


Source Credit: SJP Brown, July 18 2014

Source Credit: SJP Brown, July 18 2014


Source Credit: SJP Brown, Gaza Solidarity Rally, July 19 2014

Source Credit: SJP Brown, Gaza Solidarity Rally, July 19 2014


Source Credit: SJP Brown, May 26 2014

Source Credit: SJP Brown, May 26 2014


Source Credit: SJP Brown Protests IDF Soldier Talk, April 3 2014

Source Credit: SJP Brown Protests IDF Soldier Talk, April 3 2014


Source Credit: SJP Brown Protests IDF Soldier Talk, April 3 2014

Source Credit: SJP Brown Protests IDF Soldier Talk, April 3 2014


Source Credit: SJP Brown Protests IDF Soldier Talk, April 3 2014

Source Credit: SJP Brown Protests IDF Soldier Talk, April 3 2014


Source Credit: SJP Brown, April 3 2014

Source Credit: SJP Brown, April 3 2014


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BDS Tracker

November 18, 2015: Beginning of the Sabra Hummus Petition.


BDS Instigators: Student & Faculty


STUDENT BDS

Student Group(s) Promoting BDS: 1

SJP

FACULTY BDS

Number of Faculty Endorsing the Academic Boycott of Israel: 13

  1. Ariella Azoulay
  2. Beshara Doumani
  3. Emily Drumsta
  4. Paja Faudree
  5. Lina Fruzzetti
  6. Matthew Gutmann
  7. Sherine Hamdy
  8. William Keach
  9. Jessaca Leinaweaver
  10. Catherine Lutz
  11. Elias Muhanna
  12. Marc Redfield
  13. Peter van Dommelen