Tag Archives: students for justice in palestine
J.J. Surbeck is a San Diego peace activist who serves as the Executive Director of Training and Education About the Middle East (T.E.A.M.). He graduated with a law degree from the University of Geneva, Switzerland. He then worked for sixteen years in the legal and public relations divisions of the International Committee of the Red […]
Steven Perlin As a supporter of the freedom of speech and open dialogue, I am not opposed to Justice in Palestine Week. I despise that the hosting organizations use student fees to fund their events, although I understand that everything is all done in a university-approved fashion. The truly disturbing part of Justice in Palestine […]
Gabriella Hoffman, Chairwoman of Young Americans for Freedom at UCSD Planning a high-profile event at any university is a difficult yet noteworthy feat, especially when the event occurs during a week where many liberals, anti-Semites, and communists were also invited to speak. Although this was my first time planning a speaking engagement, hosting David Horowitz […]
A staffers interpretation of recent events.
This is the video of the ASUCSD final vote of 13-10-4 in favor of working to write a joint-authored bill in a committee with TFI and SJP.
Meeting begins 6:00 PM, 4/28/10. Follow the meeting here. Refresh this page to view updates. California Review Correspondent: Gabriella Hoffman Watch the finale on U-stream. (You may need to turn your mic all the way up, as AS Senators are rather quiet. http://www.ustream.tv/channel/as-israel-divestment-meeting