New lawsuit alleges the district board approved multiple ethnic studies courses containing anti-Jewish bias and failed to protect the Jewish community from intimidation and harassment at board meetings.
UC Berkeley on AEPi Shellfish Incident: “Similar Vandalism … May Have Occurred at Multiple Fraternities”
The AEPi chapter posted a statement to social media on Sunday stating that “a group of six individuals” put the shellfish on the front door and then threw it “into the house and onto the front porch, also scattering it around the premises.”
Newsom Warns Schools Not to Adopt Ethnic Studies Curriculum Promoting “Bias, Bigotry, or Discrimination”
“An attack on any of our communities is an attack on everything we stand for as Californians.”
After police evacuated the temple, no explosive device was found.
The attack took place at a 7-Eleven close to the Chabad House at San Diego State University at around 10 a.m.
The total number of antisemitic hate crimes in 2022 in California was 189; the year before it was 151
Two Los Angeles lawyers who recently formed a new firm have resigned from said firm after a series of offensive emails were exposed, including emails containing antisemitic content.
JPAC Executive Director David Bocarsly told the more than 300 conference attendees that last year, JPAC succeeded in securing $140 million from the state budget toward their legislative priorities and helped pass 15 bills.
The Santa Ana Unified School District (SAUSD) Board of Education approved two ethnic studies courses that Jewish groups say contain anti-Israel bias.
The UC Santa Barbara (UCSB) Student Senate passed a resolution on April 19 urging the university to proclaim April 29 as #EndJewHatred Day.