anti-Semitism

Journal panel: Charlie Hebdo

From news coverage to anti-Semitism, Journal staff comment on the attack on Charlie Hebdo and the events that followed.Continue...

QUFA votes to oppose IHRA definition of anti-Semitism

The Queen’s University Faculty Association (QUFA)—the main faculty union on campus—has voted to formally oppose the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance (IHRA) working definition of anti-Semitism at their general meeting.Continue...

Student group alleges anti-Semitism at AMS-hosted event

On Nov. 9, the Social Issues Commission (SIC), Queen’s Committee Against Racial and Ethnic Discrimination (CARED), and Levana Gender Advocacy Centre held an event on navigating colonial institutions and intersectional student activism with guest speaker Ericka Hart.Continue...

School of Religion apologizes for “distressing violation” by hacker at Zoom event

The School of Religion released a statement acknowledging the “disturbing incident” that happened during an event it hosted Tuesday afternoon.Continue...

Queen’s Zoom lecture hacked with violent images including swastikas

Queen’s Hillel, the Jewish cultural club on campus, acknowledged a violent incident that occurred at a public event hosted by the School of Religion in a statement Tuesday night.

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Facing anti-Semitism on campus

“This can’t be real.”Continue...

Giving a voice to Jewish culture in our communities

I’ve always been aware of anti-Semitism in my community.Continue...

Journal staff recognized for Best Campus Feature Story

Former Journal Lifestyle Editor Josh Granovsky took home first place for Best Campus Feature Story at the Canadian Community Newspaper Awards on June 8, for his article “Standing strong in the face of antisemitism.”Continue...

1940s era anti-Semitism crept onto campus

During World War II, Canadian campuses faced the anti-Semitism streaming out of Europe.

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Standing strong in the face of antisemitism

I can’t remember a time where I was unaware people in the world would harm me solely because I was Jewish.Continue...

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