A new report reveals an increase in antisemitic incidents on U.S. college campuses, with hundreds of current and former students noting that antisemitism is a problem.
Alums for Campus Fairness (ACF), an alumni network trying to combat campus antisemitism and anti-Israel bias, conducted the survey between March 25 and June 14 and noted that the report included first-hand accounts from students who said they experienced Holocaust comparisons, Jewish stereotyping and common antisemitic tropes on their college campuses. The students also cited administrative negligence in the report titled “A Growing Threat: Antisemitism on College Campuses.”
ACF released the results of the survey of Jewish college students and recent alums last week and found 95% of those who participated said antisemitism is an issue, with three out of four describing it as a “very serious problem.”
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