AIM’s UC Denver activism covered by Colorado Fox station

February 1, 2024

By Accuracy In Media

Mobile billboard near CU calling out staff for alleged anti-Semitism

An organization has been using mobile billboards to name those who it claims are anti-Semitic, and the latest project has been spotted near the University of Colorado Boulder.

According to Steve Hurlbert, the director of communications at CU, these mobile billboards were created by the group Accuracy in Media. The organization’s website describes itself as using “citizen activism and investigative journalism to expose media bias, corruption, and public policy failings.”

Recently, the group has used mobile billboards to work against anti-Semitism on American college campuses, according to Accuracy in Media.

Continue reading here at Fox 31 Colorado.


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