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These Are The Worst Colleges and Universities For Jews in America

By The Geller Report

Damning report outlines pervasive and systemic anti-Semitism from pro-Palestinian activists on American university & college campuses. And how no serious action is being taken to protect Jewish students on these campuses. Not too long ago, American institutions of higher learning were havens for Jewish life. Those days are long gone. With the Left dominating our university & college campuses, and with incompetent American Jewish lay leadership, life for Jewish (pro-Israel) students may become untenable in the years ahead.

When asked about the following 4 schools, Jewish students surveyed stated the following:

“Antisemitism is ignored by our school” – Yale student

“DEI couldn’t care less about Jews” – Columbia student

“BDS groups make our lives very difficult here” – Berkley student

— StopAntisemitism (@StopAntisemites) September 23, 2022

Bravo to @repleezeldin for exposing the rising tide of systemic Jew hatred in our schools. Shame on @CUNY for tolerating this sickness

— Brooke Goldstein (@GoldsteinBrooke) September 13, 2022

From our 2022 Antisemitism on U.S. College & University Campuses report (thread):

– only 3 of the 25 schools featured include Jews in their DEI efforts

– only 4 out of 25 schools featured have adopted the IHRA

– 16 of the 25 schools featured proposed BDS resolutions

— StopAntisemitism (@StopAntisemites) September 23, 2022

Watchdog group gives 7 US colleges and universities a failing grade in new anti-Semitism report

By JNS, Sept 24, 2022

StopAntisemitism also finds that just 28% of students believe their school administration takes the matter of anti-Semitism and the protection of Jewish students seriously.

Seven higher education institutions received a failing grade in the watchdog group StopAntisemitism’s inaugural Antisemitism on College & University Campuses 2022 report, which grades 25 schools across the nation based on their past and current efforts to counteract anti-Semitism on campus and protect their Jewish students.

StopAntisemitism divided the 25 schools into five categories: Ivy League, liberal arts, state schools and public and private schools with the highest population of Jewish students. The watchdog organization then analyzed and graded each school based on five components: protection of students regarding anti-Semitic incidents, policy, allyship with Jewish students and how students identify publicly or feel the need to hide their Jewish identity on campus. 

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Geller Report Staff

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