WE ARE NOW ACCEPTING APPLICANTS FOR THE
2019/20 CAMERA FELLOWSHIP!
Are you a leader on campus, ready to proactively spread the truth about Israel to fellow students, professors, and the media?
35 CAMERA Fellows from across North America, Europe, and Israel will be selected based on their in-depth knowledge of the Arab-Israeli conflict, history of Israel and current events, experience in advocating for Israel on campus, and portfolio of their published work.
Fellows attend our all-expenses-paid Student Leadership Conference in Boston and receive two days of additional customized programming.
Apply now for the 2019/20 CAMERA Fellowship! Upon completion, Fellows earn $1000/£750.
CAMERA STAFF VOLUNTEER WITH FUEL FOR TRUTH BOSTON
For seven weeks, CAMERA on Campus staff taught sessions for the Boston chapter of the Zionist Organization of America’s Fuel For Truth Boot Camp program. Fuel For Truth is an Israel advocacy training program for young adults. The program equips participants with the facts, skills, and confidence to stand up for Israel while providing a fun, social space to be part of a community.
CAMERA HOSTS PANEL TO UNCOVER HOSTILITY ON CAMPUS
WITH PROFESSOR ALAN DERSHOWITZ
Left: Yoni Michanie. Right: Rebekah Katz, Hali Haber and Nate Turk.
On January 9th, Director of Campus Programs & Strategic Relationships Hali Haber, West Coast Campus Coordinator Yoni Michanie, Washington University in St. Louis CAMERA Fellow Nate Turk, and Rebekah Katz, president of CAMERA-supported group Swarthmore Students for Israel at Swarthmore College, spoke on a CAMERA panel in Florida titled, “Addressing Rising Hostility on College Campuses.” The event featured keynote speaker Professor Alan Dershowitz with a presentation from CAMERA Executive Director Andrea Levin.
CAMERA is hiring a Campus and Social Media Coordinator! For the full job description, click here.
UK CAMPUS ASSOCIATE TAMARA BERENS SPEAKS IN
TEL AVIV ON CAMPUS ANTISEMITISM
On February 10th at CAMERA’s Tel Aviv event “British Antisemitism – It’s Personal: In Politics, On Campus, In Media,” UK Campus Associate Tamara Berens spoke on the institutionalization of antisemitism on British campuses. Other panelists were recent immigrants to Israel, Mark Lewis and Mandy Blumenthal; author/journalist Melanie Phillips, and Hadar Sela of CAMERA’s BBC Watch. Read more here.
CAMPUS COORDINATOR YONI MICHANIE SPEAKS ON ‘PAWNS OF INTERNATIONAL JEW HATRED’ AT BERKELEY
On February 12th, Campus Coordinator Yoni Michanie spoke to 40 students. His talk was titled “Pawns of International Jew-Hatred: The Berkeley Professors and Clubs that Propagate Ethnic Racism.” He discussed the relationship between the United Nations and the Palestinian Authority and how the anti-Israel establishment, particularly Students for Justice in Palestine and its founder Hatem Bazian, serve as a megaphone seeking to influence future policy makers.
CAMERA FELLOWS EXPOSE THOSE PERPETUATING THE CONFLICT
CAMERA Fellows work tirelessly to expose the voices on campuses and beyond who proliferate hatred and misinformation.
Former New York University CAMERA Fellow Bobby Miller urges students not to support an upcoming BDS resolution in an article he co-authored titled “SGA Should Vote No on the Upcoming BDS Vote.” The piece was published in campus outlet Washington Square News.
Fed up with antisemitic rhetoric being spewed on his campus and beyond, Rutgers University CAMERA Fellow Joshua Gannon took Linda Sarsour and Jasbir Puar to task in “We Must Confront Antisemitism Directly” in campus outlet The Daily Targum.
Following the Pittsburgh synagogue attack, University of Victoria CAMERA Fellow Misha Yaroslavsky published “Masking Hatred with Kindness” in campus paper The Martlet.
CAMERA-SUPPORTED GROUP SPOTLIGHT
Under the leadership of president Orr Toledano, Tritons for Israel at the University of California, San Diego has maintained a significant and steady attendance rate to all events! Their tabling, registration rates, and engagement with other groups on campus are nothing short of exemplary!
Tritons for Israel has excellent relationships with the Hillel and Chabad on campus, holds consistent general board meetings, and has a well structured board. The group is known for coordinating logistics seamlessly for all of their events!