Success: Harvard apologizes for charging security fees for Black-Palestinian solidarity event

Success: Harvard apologizes for charging security fees for Black-Palestinian solidarity event

Harvard College reversed a discriminatory, eleventh hour decision to charge a student group $300 in security fees for an event on Black-Palestinian solidarity featuring Dr. Marc Lamont Hill, Dr. Cornell West and Palestine Legal’s Dima Khalidi, which took place on the evening of Tuesday, April 2. A university official had informed a member of Harvard’s Palestine Solidarity Committee (PSC) at 5pm the day before the event that the fees were being charged due to concerns that the event was “controversial.”

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Appeals Office Rejects Hillel's Claims of Religious, Viewpoint Discrimination at SF State

Appeals Office Rejects Hillel's Claims of Religious, Viewpoint Discrimination at SF State

An appeals office has once again dismissed San Francisco Hillel’s claim that the student group was denied a table at a Know Your Rights fair at San Francisco State University (SFSU) on the basis of religion. The decision, issued last week, affirmed an earlier finding by campus investigators that Hillel's identification as a Jewish organization played no role in the denial.

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San Francisco State Students Appeal Retaliation Decision Against Know Your Rights Fair Organizers

San Francisco State Students Appeal Retaliation Decision Against Know Your Rights Fair Organizers

In response to the students’ appeal, the California State University Chancellor’s Office remanded the case back to San Francisco State University to give the campus “an opportunity to cure defects in the investigation.”

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