Tallie Ben-Daniel

Jewish Voice for Peace

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Academic council coordinator at the Jewish Voice for Peace, she works with students and faculty on human rights and justice issues involving Palestinians

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After a series of troubling incidents on campuses of the University of California, Jewish groups asked the Board of Regents to adopt the  State Department's definition  of…

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