Lawyers hail “significant victory” against lawfare effort to reverse American Studies Association’s Israel boycott. Read more about US judge throws out key claim against academic boycott of Israel
American Studies Association
James Anaya, former UN special rapporteur on Indigenous rights, is defending his decision to speak at Hebrew University. Read more about Indigenous rights defender urged to cancel Israel lecture
Shurat HaDin’s complaint against United Electrical Workers thrown out again. Read more about US labor board affirms union's right to boycott Israel
BDS vote a test of field’s complicated relationship with Middle East. Read more about Can anthropology overcome its imperial past?
Israel advocates turn to corporate law in latest effort to stifle free speech by academics. Read more about "Frivolous" lawsuit aims to reverse ASA's Israel boycott
United Auto Workers International executives seen as protecting pro-Israel corporate interests over workers’ solidarity. Read more about Union members fight nullification of Israel boycott resolution
American Anthropological Association move is blow to Israel lobby groups that stepped up efforts to combat BDS. Read more about US anthropologists back Israel boycott in landslide vote
Corporate media commentators fret about “political correctness” but ignore censorship of Palestine solidarity activists. Read more about Why is Palestine absent from debate about campus suppression?
Academics say they are “committed to human rights in Palestine.” Read more about Hundreds of UK scholars pledge to boycott Israeli universities
Randi Weingarten, president of 1.5 million-strong teachers union, leads Israel propaganda tours and promotes J Street’s anti-Palestinian agenda. Read more about Why is the American Federation of Teachers promoting Israeli apartheid?
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