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    • Constructive action, concrete change: J Street U takes on the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

      Ezra Oliff-Liberman wrote that “J Street U at Bates seeks to move beyond the typically polarized discourse that so often plagues conversations about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. We are a group of students from all walks of life who are as equally committed to ending Israeli occupation as we are to ensuring Israel’s existence as a […]

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    • Stanford Stands Against Anti-Semitism

      “‘Everyone here tonight is showing that hate and prejudice do not belong on this campus,” J Street U [Stanford] co-president Julia Daniel ’17 told the crowd. ‘I hope we can follow this gathering with communication, education and with action to make this school a better place for all of its students.’” Read the full article […]

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    • U. Penn Hillel Hosts Event With ‘Palestine’ Group — But Was It Against The Rules?

      “Hillel’s strict pro-Israel guidelines suffered another major blow Sunday as the group’s chapter at the University of Pennsylvania openly hosted an event co-sponsored by a pro-Palestinian student group that supports boycotting the Jewish state… Billed as an ‘open conversation’ between the Israeli left and the Palestinians, the event was organized by Open Hillel, a student […]

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    • Letting young Jews lead the conversation in the Diaspora

      “Empower young Jews to act on their own ideas and values,” urged J Street U National Student Board President Benjy Cannon. “Interfaith marriage, Israel/Palestine, and oppression worldwide – require more than dialogue. We have to demonstrate willingness to both have the challenging conversations, and to make the tough choices they inevitably lead to.” Read the […]

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