Tagged: BDS

AAUP Sides With Pro-BDS Professor in Recommendation Letter Controversy Op-Eds & Analysis
Zaid Jilani, The Intercept

AAUP Sides With Pro-BDS Professor in Recommendation Letter Controversy

Earlier this summer, John Cheney-Lippold, an associate professor at the University of Michigan, stoked public controversy when he declined to write a letter of recommendation for a student seeking to study in Israel.

about 2 weeks ago
States Can’t Punish Businesses For Boycotting Israel, Federal Judge in Arizona says News & Analysis
Isaac Stanley-Becker, The Washington Post

States Can’t Punish Businesses For Boycotting Israel, Federal Judge in Arizona says

Mikkel Jordahl, alawyer in Sedona, Ariz., can now choose to buy a different brand of printers. No longer must he stick with Hewlett-Packard technology for fear of losing his contract with the state. For 12 years, he has provided legal advice to inmates in the Coconino County Detention Facility.

on October 8, 2018
Anti BDS Bills: U.S. Crackdown on Palestinian Activism Videos
IMEU

Anti BDS Bills: U.S. Crackdown on Palestinian Activism

Elected officials are targeting your free speech rights because they want to shield a foreign government from criticism.

on September 18, 2018
Is Speech Critical of Israel Anti-Semitic? Op-Eds & Analysis
Jaweed Kaleem and Teresa Watanabe, Los Angeles Times

Is Speech Critical of Israel Anti-Semitic?

As protests against Israel and the U.S. government’s alliance with it have roiled college campuses across the country — with demonstrations in recent years shutting down speeches by pro-Israel speakers from the University of Minnesota to San Francisco State University — a few questions have repeatedly come up.

on September 14, 2018
Trump Administration Adopts New Definition of Anti-Semitism In Schools News Roundup
Michael Stratford, Politico

Trump Administration Adopts New Definition of Anti-Semitism In Schools

The Trump administration is changing how the Education Department investigates allegations of discrimination against Jewish students, backing an approach that is favored by pro-Israel groups but that critics worry will stifle free speech on campus.

on September 14, 2018
Education Dept. Reopens Rutgers Case Charging Discrimination Against Jewish Students News Roundup
Erica L. Green, The New York Times

Education Dept. Reopens Rutgers Case Charging Discrimination Against Jewish Students

The new head of civil rights at the Education Department has reopened a seven-year-old case brought by a Zionist group against Rutgers University, saying the Obama administration, in closing the case, ignored evidence that suggested the school allowed a hostile environment for Jewish students.

on September 14, 2018
Lana Del Rey’s Israeli Concert Cancellation Inflames Boycott Fears News & Analysis
Alex Ritman, The Hollywood Reporter

Lana Del Rey’s Israeli Concert Cancellation Inflames Boycott Fears

The singer's decision is one of a growing number of A-list no-shows that have sparked praise and condemnation along the way.

on September 11, 2018
BDS: How a Controversial Non-Violent Movement Has Transformed the Israeli-Palestinian Debate Op-Eds & Analysis
Nathan Thrall, The Guardian

BDS: How a Controversial Non-Violent Movement Has Transformed the Israeli-Palestinian Debate

The movement for Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions against Israel – known as BDS – has been driving the world a little bit mad.

on August 15, 2018
Filmmakers Back Right to Boycott Israel Following German Festival Controversy News Roundup
Alex Ritman, The Hollywood Reporter

Filmmakers Back Right to Boycott Israel Following German Festival Controversy

A number of figures from the film world have given their support to those who choose to participate in the cultural boycott of Israel following a series of developments at a leading European festival.

on June 28, 2018
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