Tammi Rossman-Benjamin

AMCHA Initiative

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Lecturer in Hebrew at UC Santa Cruz and director of the AMCHA Initiative, which seeks to combat anti-Semitism on college campuses

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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…

Writing New Rules for Speech on Campus

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