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Hillel International, the Anti-Defamation League and the Secure Community Network are launching ReportCampusHate.org, an online portal that allows Jewish students and their allies to report antisemitic incidents on college campuses and receive immediate support.
Hillel International this week announced the five students chosen to participate in the 2021-22 cohort of the Hillel International Writers Program, a yearlong opportunity for Jewish undergraduate students interested in journalism.
Hillel International and the Academic Engagement Network (AEN) have sent a statement to the University of California president and the chancellors of all 11 UC institutions, calling for “firm and decisive action” against academic departments using their platforms to make one-sided political statements about the Middle East conflict
Jewish students on campus increasingly are finding themselves unwelcome and unseen. To respond to this troubling trend, Hillel International is deploying a unique model of partnership with university administrators to address antisemitism on campus, through its Campus Climate Initiative (CCI).
Anti-Semitic incidents in the United States have increased more than 75 percent since early May, according to the Anti-Defamation League, ranging from hate-filled threats to physical beatings of Jews in Times Square and Los Angeles. What has received far less attention is the insidious rise in attacks on Jewish college students.
Hillel International, the largest Jewish student organization in the world, and ADL (Anti-Defamation League), a leading anti-hate organization fighting antisemitism and all forms of hate, are joining forces to work collaboratively on several initiatives.