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Weekly Roundup - 05/06/24

This week: In a new analysis, Adam Haber and Matylda Figlerowicz argue that the “new antisemitism” discourse leveled against critics of Israel today follows a familiar “moral panic” playbook.

Contributor Dennis M. Hogan contends that the same administrators who have quashed students’ right to disrupt have been enacting their own disruptions for decades in pursuit of a politically quietist university.

In the latest episode of our On the Nose podcast, editor-in-chief Arielle Angel speaks to anti-Zionist artists Amy Trachtenberg and Liat Berdugo about their divergent decisions to stay in or pull out of a show at San Francisco’s Contemporary Jewish Museum. And a new comic by Eli Valley takes on the ongoing furor over campus protests.

In light of the burgeoning campus protests in support of Palestine—and state repression against them—we are sharing Safer in the Streets’ 2020 illustrated guide for best practices for dealing with the police.

Anatomy of a Moral Panic
The repressive machine currently arrayed against campus protests follows a familiar pattern.
Adam Haber and Matylda Figlerowicz
Who Has the Right to “Disrupt” the University?
The very administrators now cracking down on student protests’ “disruptiveness” have been dismantling higher education for decades.
Dennis M. Hogan
Controversy at the Contemporary Jewish Museum
Campus in Crisis
Eli Valley

From the Archive

How To
Safer in the Streets
A free, shareable tool for protesters illustrating best practices for dealing with the police.