Harvard faculty group posts cartoon featuring wealthy Jewish person hanging black and Arab men

February 21, 2024

By Just the News

AHarvard faculty group is being criticized after it reposted a cartoon from student groups that featured multiple antisemitic tropes about Jewish wealth and control.

The Palestine Solidarity Committee and the African and African American Resistance Organization, both Harvard student groups, shared the image Sunday, and Harvard Faculty and Staff for Justice in Palestine shared the image the following day.

By Monday, all Harvard groups that shared the image apologized and acknowledged that the cartoon featured “antisemitic tropes.”

The groups shared the cartoon as part of an infographic comparing the black liberation and Palestinian liberation movements. The cartoon appears to have originally been featured in a 1967 Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee newsletter. The cartoon features a hand marked with a Star of David and a dollar sign holding nooses around the necks of an Arab man and a black man, who appear to be former Egyptian President Gamal Nasser and Muhammad Ali, per the student newspaper, The Harvard Crimson.

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