anti-semitism

Earlier this month was Emory Students for Justice in Palestine’s (ESJP) Israeli Apartheid Week, and the Wheel published an op-ed discussing an event that occurred on campus that troubled members of our campus community. For unfamiliar readers, several students awoke ...

On the morning of April 2, several Emory students were surprised to wake up to eviction notices posted on their doors. The notices were fake, part of an Emory Students for Justice in Palestine (ESJP) campaign intended to bring awareness ...

Over the last few weeks, a bipartisan assortment of congressional leaders have panned Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) for her Feb. 10 tweet condemning the financial influence of the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) on American politics. This intense criticism ...

More than 10,000 hate crimes involving a firearm occur each year in the United States, according to Everytown for Gun Safety. On Oct. 27, the Tree of Life Synagogue massacre was added to this list in what is the deadliest ...

It is scary when people don’t realize that anti-Semitism exists today. Throughout history, the persecution of Jews often involved violence rather than a silent hatred, and without recognition of modern day anti-Semitism, the possibility that history could repeat itself becomes ...

This summer, Israeli director Roy Zafrani’s film was rejected from being shown at a film festival in Norway. The organizers of the festival cited a cultural boycott of Israeli products as the reason for this, despite the fact that the ...

The recent incident in which the Alpha Epsilon Pi (AEPi) fraternity house was disgraced by swastikas serves as a close-to-home reminder that despite all the progress our society has made since the Holocaust, anti-Semitism still very much exists in this ...

In light of the swastikas spray painted on the Alpha Epsilon Pi (AEPi) and Kappa Alpha (KA) fraternities on Oct. 5, Emory’s Rabbi Donald A. Tam Institute for Jewish Studies held a “Teach-In Against Hate” on Wednesday, whose mission was ...

Like many at Emory, I identify as Jewish, but I would not label myself as religious. As a ‘non-practicing Jew,’ I feel the need to speak out on the recent anti-Semitism on Emory’s campus. Naturally, as with any act of ...