The National Desk: AIM ‘doubling down’ on push to expose antisemitism on college campuses
February 6, 2024
Watchdog expands fight against campus antisemitism, anti-Israel rhetoric
Watchdog group Accuracy in Media (AIM) is doubling down on its efforts to expose antisemitism on college campuses across the U.S.
The group went viral online in October with its mobile billboards displaying the identities of individuals who have made antisemitic or anti-Israel comments across the Ivy League, like Harvard University, the University of Pennsylvania and Columbia University, to hold administrators and students responsible.
In December, AIM vowed “we’re going after them” following the disastrous congressional testimony by presidents of Harvard, MIT and UPenn. As AIM President Adam Guillette told The National Desk (TND) Friday, the group recently doubled down on these efforts.
This week we sent mobile billboards to Harvard, Columbia, UC Boulder, UNC Chapel Hill, Berkeley, Berkeley Law, and even USC in Southern California,” Guillette said. “We’re definitely putting frowns on the faces of bad people.”
When asked how he chose those schools, Guillette said people across the country have submitted tips about antisemitic and anti-Israel rhetoric on college campuses.