Harvard trucks ‘just the first of many steps,’ AIM tells Axios
October 13, 2023
Harvard student group members doxxed after Pro-Palestine letter
The controversy engulfing Harvard student groups that signed a pro-Palestinian letter grew Wednesday, as a truck displaying the names and faces of students allegedly affiliated with the groups circled the school’s campus.
Catch up quick: Thirty-four student groups signed onto a letter by the Harvard Palestine Solidarity Committee (PSC) on Saturday that said it held “the Israeli regime entirely responsible for all unfolding violence.”
- The letter has garnered widespread attention and backlash from politicians, company CEOs and prominent alumni.
- Harvard President Claudine Gay issued a statement Tuesday distancing the school from the letter, noting that “no student group — not even 30 student groups — speaks for Harvard University or its leadership.”
- Thousands of students, faculty and alumni then signed on to a statement calling the pro-Palestine committee’s letter “completely wrong and deeply offensive.”
What they’re saying: “This is a longterm project to hold these antisemitic students accountable and to ensure that everyone in the community, and on this campus, knows who the antisemites are,” Adam Guillette, the President of Accuracy in Media, told Axios.
- “The mobile billboard is just the first of many steps we’ll be doing as part of this, and the campaign will go on for quite some time,” he added.