The following is a list of petitions AMCHA has created, both open and closed.
|4000 Members and Supporters of the California Jewish Community: Second Letter to CA Legislative Jewish Caucus Urging Opposition to AB 101|
|Members and Supporters of the California Jewish Community: Sign Letter Urging CA Legislative Jewish Caucus to Oppose AB 101 and Keep Antisemitic "Critical" Ethnic Studies Curriculum Out of California Classrooms!|
|California State University (CSU) Chancellor White and CSU Trustees: How Will CSU Ensure Faculty Do Not Use Classrooms for Political Indoctrination?|
|Ensure CA Curriculum Revision & Review Processes are Completed Before Adoption of Ethnic Studies Curriculum by School Boards|
|Demand University Leaders Stop Professors from Hurting Students with an Academic Boycott of Israel|
|The Equity Pledge: A Commitment to the Equitable Treatment of All Students on Campus|
|University of California Chancellors: Implement Principles Against Intolerance on all UC Campuses|
|Academic Freedom/BDS statement|
|UC STAKEHOLDER PETITION: The University of California Must Adopt the U.S. State Department's Definition of Anti-Semitism
"YES, the University of California should adopt the U.S. State Department’s definition of anti-Semitism to accurately identify and address anti-Semitic behavior on UC campuses. As direct stakeholders of the University of California, we firmly urge the Board of Regents, who will be discussing this issue during their July 2015 meeting, to join three UC student governments and the California Senate in adopting the U.S. State Department’s definition of anti-Semitism."
|Nearly 700 California Rabbis, UC Faculty Members and UC Alumni Ask the UC System to Formally Adopt the U.S. State Department’s Definition of Anti-Semitism|
|More than 1,000 California Residents Sign AMCHA Petition Asking CA Legislators - Please Help Stop the Use of Taxpayer Dollars Funding Antisemitism|
|Academic Boycotts of Israel are Antisemitic|
|More than 5,200 Sign the Petition to UC President Mark Yudof|