Raise Your Voice - Tell the University of Minnesota to Reject SJP's Jew-Hatred
Canary Mission has become an indispensable resource in exposing campus anti-Semitism on American universities. Read their report on the SJP conference at the University of Minnesota. Then contact the university to condemn their allowing of Jew-hatred on their campus.
Contact information is near the bottom.
In preparation for the National Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP) Conference this weekend, Canary Mission has turned its “Eye on Minnesota.”
Our recent investigation turned up alarming and dangerous rhetoric from activists with the host SJP chapter at the University of Minnesota (UMN). Over social media they show support for terrorism, cheer terror organizations, spread anti-Semitism and encourage violence against Jews.
The content includes posts from SJP UMN's founder, officers and activists from 2011 to present day.
Watch it for yourself in our NEW VIDEO and read it in their profiles:
SJP UMN’s hatred is vile and deplorable and should be condemned along with the National SJP Conference.
Take action against SJP and their anti-Semitism
SJP activists routinely engage in anti-Semitic activity as defined by the internationally established International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance (IHRA).
This year, you can do something about it…
Call on UMN President Joan T.A. Gabel and the UMN Board of Regents to:
Condemn the 2019 National SJP Conference to be held on the UMN campus.Apply the IHRA definition of anti-Semitism to all university organizations.
Contact UMN President Joan T.A. Gabel: Email email@example.com Call: 612-626-1616
Contact the UMN Board of Regents: https://regents.umn.edu/board-office/contact
SAMPLE TEXT TO SEND TO UMN PRESIDENT JOAN T.A. GABEL OR THE UMN BOARD OF REGENTS:
"I am calling on you to condemn the 2019 National SJP Conference to be held on the UMN campus on Nov 1-3. At the 2018 conference at UCLA, activists showed support for terrorists and chanted for Intifada (violent uprising) in Israel. More terror support is expected at the 2019 conference.
I am also calling on you to, without delay, apply the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance (IHRA) definition of anti-Semitism to all university organizations. This standard has already been adopted by the U.S. State department, Canada, Great Britain, the EU and many other countries and institutions. Why are organizations at UMN permitted to transgress this internationally recognized standard?
I look forward to a quick response on this urgent matter."
Together We Can Combat Anti-Semitism!
Our Report on the 2018 National SJP Conference exposed 112 attendees for endorsing violence, showing support for terror and spreading anti-Semitism at both the conference and on their personal social media accounts.