CAMERA on Campus —an Israel education organization working on 60 college campuses worldwide, and a division of the Committee for Accuracy in Middle East Reporting in America (CAMERA) media watchdog group—is in the midst of hosting a nationwide campus tour with Israeli musician Gilad Segev.
Grammy award-winning songwriter Jack Knight was featured in Segev’s latest hit song, “A Time to Change.” Some of Segev’s other hits include “The Love That Stays,” “Achshav Tov,” and “Let’s Leave.” The Israeli performer’s nine-campus tour of free concerts—which kicked off on March 29 at Brandeis University—has remaining stops at the University of California, Los Angeles/University of Southern California/California State University, Northridge (joint event on April 7); Cal Poly San Luis Obispo (April 8 and 9); and Cornell University (April 14). Past stops on the tour (besides Brandeis) included shows at the University of Central Florida; University of California, Santa Barbara; University of California, Long Beach; and Oral Roberts University.
Ben Suster of Knights for Israel, a student group at the University of Central Florida, said, “Anti-Israel forces on campuses across the U.S. are attempting to villainize Israel and divide students. Gilad Segev’s music brings a message of peace that is held dear to Israelis. He is one example of the quality programming CAMERA on Campus provides college campuses.”
For more information, visit cameraoncampus.org.
Originally published on jns.org.
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