The anti-Israel trend you’ve never heard of – David Bernstein Jewish Telegraphic Agency (JTA) 04.01.16
If you want to understand why the boycott, divestment and sanctions movement, or BDS, has gained so much ground in the past two years, look no further than intersectionality, the study of related systems of oppression.
Worried about intersectionality? Oppose the Israeli occupation – Amna Farooqi – The Times of Israel 16.01.16
‘Peacefully ending Israel’s occupation is a legitimate and important social justice issue — and the pro-Israel community should treat it as such… Through J Street U, I’ve learned that it’s possible to be both pro-Israel and progressive… As long as the institutional pro-Israel community ignores the occupation and treats its effects on Palestinians and Israelis as insignificant or marginal, it will continue to alienate progressives.’
Meet Amna Farrooqi
J Street U, the campus branch of J Street, announced that it has elected a Muslim-American president. Amna Farooqi, 21, who will now serve as the head of J Street U’s national student board
Caught In The Middle In New Campus Wars – Hannah Dreyfus – The Jewish Week, 09.12.15
“Intersectionality,” the new buzzword on college campuses for collaboration between diverse student groups to aid a common goal.