Emory Students for Justice in Palestine

This week, the Dobbs University Center (DUC) has become the center of debate about Israel-Palestine issues as student organizations have placed displays in the student center and have implemented programs on both sides of the conflict around campus. Emory’s Jewish ...

In the aftermath of WWII and the Holocaust, the world was left with the critical question of how to prevent future genocides: how to ensure “never again” became a reality. One response was the formation of the United Nations. and ...

As I am sure we are all aware, recently for Israeli Apartheid Week the Emory Students for Justice in Palestine (ESJP) set up a display on the terraces of the Dobbs University Center (DUC). The display, a simple wall of ...

On Feb. 22, when I, along with other members of Emory Students for Justice in Palestine (ESJP) built a mock apartheid wall by the DUC for Israeli Apartheid Week, we were hoping to start a campus conversation about the Israeli ...

Last week, the Emory Students for Justice in Palestine (ESJP) posted a sign on a wall they built outside the Dobbs University Center (DUC) stating “ISRAEL IS AN APARTHIED STATE.” In addition to the previously cited misspelled version of the ...

Dear Members of the Emory Community, We are writing collectively as Emory Students for Justice in Palestine (ESJP). We appreciate Dean Ajay Nair’s statement regarding free speech. We are writing to clarify some of our values. We are nonviolent, student ...

On Sunday, the Emory Students for Justice in Palestine (ESJP) erected a wall that stated “Israel is an Apartheid State” in order to raise awareness of the oppression of Palestinian citizens in conjunction with Israel Apartheid Week, an international awareness ...

Early Sunday evening, I noticed that a large wall had been erected outside of the DUC that blared “ISRAEL IS AN APARTHEID STATE,” in big, block letters. Along with fact sheets documenting alleged incidents of Israeli apartheid, there were messages ...

My fellow Emory students, I must admit that I am nervous today. From my email inbox to my Yik Yak feed, I hear the distant drums of war. Smoke rises over the horizon, and I am nervous. Some students on ...