Posts Tagged ‘advocacy’

Senior Alexa Smith, a graphic arts student in U-M’s Stamps School of Art & Design, created her own image to counter the anti-Semitic depiction that offended her at a mandatory art lecture series. She spoke to U-M administrators about the university adopting the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance (IHRA) definition of anti-Semitism.

Standing Strong

Students, parents react to incidences of anti-Israel, anti-Semitic stances at U-M. Above: Senior Alexa Smith, a graphic arts student in U-M’s Stamps School of Art & Design, created her own image to counter the anti-Semitic depiction that offended her at a mandatory art lecture series. She spoke to U-M administrators about the university adopting the International…

Read More

Guest Column: Praying With Our Feet

Two weeks ago, I was approached by several teens in my congregation asking us to take them to D.C. for the March for Our Lives. They felt called to be part of this movement — to support the young people calling for a revolution, proving themselves to be powerful change agents harnessing the momentum in…

Read More