September 19, 2018

California

The California Supreme Court has blocked a measure that would split California into three states from reaching the ballot in November.
The Jewish community is pushing back against the San Francisco Unified School District (SFUSD) after it provided a contract to an...
As the 2017-18 academic year comes to a close at UC Santa Barbara, a resolution to divest from companies that do business with Israel...
A trial date has been set for a lawsuit alleging that San Francisco State University (SFSU) engaged in anti-Semitism, according to a...
Republican Senate candidate Patrick Little, who is running for Sen. Dianne Feinstein’s (D-Calif.) seat, has openly called himself a...
An executive board member from the California Democratic Party suggested calling Jews “fascists” and other nasty adjectives instead of...
UC Berkeley is working to set up a meeting between the university’s vice chancellor and the Coalition of Jewish Student...
Orr Yakobi, a 22-year-old native of Israel and Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) enrollee, is being held by Immigration and...
The fires throughout southern California have now forced over 212,000 people to leave their homes and have no sign of slowing down.
The Union for Reform Judaism (URJ) announced on Friday that URJ Camp Newman will be hosting its summer 2018 camp will be held at...
UC Berkeley’s student newspaper, The Daily Californian, is under fire for publishing an editorial cartoon of Harvard law professor Alan Dershowitz that...
Last December, 14-year-old Jordan Peisner was the victim of a vicious sucker punch in an attack in West Hills that caused a multitude...
No lives were lost when the Tubbs Fire tore through URJ Camp Newman near Santa Rosa in Northern California, incinerating most of its structures.
Gov. Jerry Brown (D) signed a law on Wednesday that slaps harsher sentences on those who use social media as part of a violent crime.
First there was Saratoga and Swig, where our grandparents and parents and then our generation made memories.
For years, Jewish college students across the country have been harassed and intimidated. 
Much of URJ Camp Newman’s summer campsite in Santa Rosa has been destroyed by the catastrophic wildfires.
The Students for Justice in Palestine chapter at the UC Irvine was punished with disciplinary probation for two academic years.
The Rise Above Movement, organized this year, is based on a goal “to revive the spirit of the Western man through athletics, brotherhood, and identity.”
It sounds like a deal with the devil, but a new GoFundMe page that asks people to 'Adopt-a-Nazi' is actually a fundraiser for a civil rights group.
The only Republican in the state Legislative Jewish Caucus has resigned after it released a statement strongly condemning President Donald Trump’s rhetoric.
Sermons infused with anti-Semitic language delivered by imams in two California mosques on the same day have reignited tensions in Jewish-Muslim relations.
A California imam who accused Jews of “desecrating” the mosque on Jerusalem’s Temple Mount and seemingly called for their annihilation has apologized.
Though he’s not Jewish, former Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa might be the most Jewish candidate in the 2018 election for California governor.
Morris “Fritz” Friedman needed help to vote in the election for chair of the California Democratic Party, which took place on May 20, a Saturday.
The student government at CSU Long Beach (CSULB) on May 10 voted in favor of Israel divestment while UC Santa Barbara (UCSB) voted against it a day later.
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