J Street Welcomes New Hillel CEO Fingerhut

July 17th, 2013

J Street congratulates former US Representative Eric Fingerhut on his appointment as the president and CEO of Hillel and extends best wishes to outgoing president Wayne Firestone. Read More...

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J Street Students Reject Attempts to Curb Free Speech on Brooklyn Campus

February 6th, 2013

As the National Student Board of J Street U, the student arm of J Street's pro-Israel pro-peace movement, we reject attempts made by some elected officials and communal leaders to intimidate Judith Butler and Omar Bargouthi from speaking on campus. Read More...

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J Street and J Street U Joint Statement on “Israel Apartheid Week”

February 23rd, 2012

As in past years, J Street and J Street U are dismayed and troubled by the counterproductive rhetoric “Israel Apartheid Week” (IAW) brings to campuses across North America. J Street and J Street U believe that establishing a sovereign Palestine beside a secure Israel, ending the occupation of the Palestinian territories, and ensuring self-determination for the Palestinian people are matters of existential necessity for Israel and the Palestinian people, and of moral urgency more broadly. Read More...

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Letter from Rachel Lerner, Vice-President of J Street Education Fund

February 10th, 2012

We have received some inquiries about our recent decision to release a statement of our own in response to the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions conference that took place at the University of Pennsylvania, and not to sign on to a letter by other Jewish organizations. Below is an excerpt of a letter written by Rachel Lerner, Vice President of the J Street Education Fund, in response to one of these inquiries: Read More...

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J Street and J Street U Statement on the Upcoming Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions Conference at UPenn

January 12th, 2012

The announcement that a conference of the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions Movement (BDS) will be held in February on the campus of UPENN has been met with a great deal of concern by organizations and members of the Jewish community. We share the strong opposition expressed by many of our colleagues in the organized Jewish community to the BDS movement and are similarly concerned about the implications of the upcoming conference at UPENN. Read More...

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