Post 10/7, Free Speech and Antisemitism on Campus
Monday, November 6th at 12:45 PM EST
How do we simultaneously protect people’s right to say hateful things and ensure the safety of Jewish students amidst pro-terrorist activity on campus? What is the role of administration during this rising tide of Jew hatred seen at many universities nationwide?
Join our discussion about this timely issue with three distinguished panelists.
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Director, Coalition for Empowered Education
Founding member of Free Black Thought and Senior Fellow for Do No Harm Medicine, Dr. Lee helps people better understand ideology-in-practice and the influences of race, gender, and other ideologies.
University of South Carolina, Professor of Linguistics and founding director of the Jewish Studies Program
Professor Dubinsky’s research includes the syntactic and semantic analysis of a wide array of languages, intrastate ethnolinguistic conflict, language rights and policy, and, most recently, linguistic analysis of Biblical texts.
Joseph Solomon Distinguished Professor of Law, New York Law School
Professor Roiphe, a regular commentator on various news outlets on legal matters, she teaches in the areas of criminal law and ethics. She writes about the role of lawyers and legal institutions in preserving democracy.
Moderator: Marcy Braverman Goldstein
Marcy is JILV’s Director of Academic Affairs. She earned her doctorate in Religious Studies at the University of California, Santa Barbara, focusing on Indian traditions. She founded Sanskrit Revolution, through which she teaches ethical speech, the language, and the history of yoga. She has taught at UC Riverside, American Jewish University, Davidson College, and elsewhere.