AIM takes action after university presidents ignore antisemitism on campus

December 7, 2023

By Accuracy In Media

Earlier this week, the presidents of Harvard University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and the University of Pennsylvania testified before a House committee on how antisemitism is being handled — or not handled — on their campuses.

Their responses were limp at best and arguably complicit in the antisemitism taking place on their campuses.

Clearly, no one but Accuracy in Media was holding antisemitic students accountable. Harvard’s Claudine Gay, MIT’s Sally Kornbluth, and UPenn’s Liz Magill left no question about that. And despite the White House condemning the presidents among widespread criticism, no one insisted on any accountability beyond their keyboards — criticism that the presidents could ignore by simply getting off the internet.

So AIM sent mobile billboards to the homes of Magill, Gay, and Kornbluth.

Join us in taking action and demanding accountability: You can contact members of the boards of trustees at these universities using the links below. Demand they do better or resign.


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