Campus Monitor - Antioch University in Seattle

Antisemitism Tracker


There is no recorded antisemitic activity for this campus, 2015 – present.
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In the News ?

June 4, 2015:SJP Event – Dialogue and Display- display in commemoration of Nakba and promoting BDS

June 4, 2015: Campus Newspaper – Dialogue and Display (Description note: email in favor sent on behalf of SJP to the student body by AUS Provost/COO (interim) Shana Hormann and email in opposition sent to student body by faculty member Richard Katz)

June 1, 2015:SJP Event – Spring Quarter Meeting- “SJP’s mission is to educate the public about the Palestinian struggle for justice. We advocate for, and promote, justice for the Palestinian people through nonviolent means including Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions (BDS). SJP invites all interested students, faculty, staff, and alumni to our spring quarter meetings.”

May 28, 2015: SJP AUS Facebok post share – For FIFA Congress to vote to suspend Israel’s membership for its racism

March 11, 2015: EVENT – Gendered Violence: Why Palestine is a Feminist Issue with Nada Elia

Feb 26, 2015:SJP Event – Movie Night: Peace, Propoganda and the Promised Land

February 23, 2015: In These Times – Chomsky, Lears and Elia Debate Whether an Academic Boycott of Israel Can Work

November 17, 2014: SJP AUS Facebok post share – (Description note, “‘Jewish nation-state’ bill sets out to establish democracy for Jews only -Government must reject shameful bill outright.”

November 11, 2014:SJP Event – Palestine Interactive Teach In- evening of interactive history events, videos, and discussion of BDS as a strategy of nonviolent resistance.

October 7, 2014: SJP Antioch Facebook Post – “The Block the Boat Coalition calls on the SF Bay Area to join us as we stop [Israeli owned ship] ZIM at the Port of Oakland once again”

September 16, 2014: The Mike Report – Ending Zionism is a feminist issue A panel exploring BDS, what it stands for, how it’s [mis-]characterized by supporters and opponents, and what it means for the future of Israel-Palestine. BDS’ mission is ending the Israeli Occupation of Palestine, implementing the Palestinian Right of Return, and guaranteeing Israel is a state for all its citizens, including non-Jews. Israel presents itself as both a Jewish and democratic state. But when push comes to shove, religion regularly trumps democratic values.

July 24, 2014: The Electronic Intifada – Ending Zionism is a feminist issue

February 25, 2014: SJP Antioch Facebook Post – “Join us in some easy BDS Activism! Tell Sur La Table to Deshelve SodaStream”

February 2014:SJP Event – Israel Apartheid Week: Film Showing, Mock Checkpoint


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