Including Antisemitism Awareness Training in Freshman Orientation
#1I'm signing because I believe the first step in addressing antisemitism is educating students and other members of our community about the roots of antisemitism and modern examples of anti-Jewish bias.
Benjamin Bernstein (Palo Alto, 2023-02-24)
#6I'm signing because I am a proud jew, and especially after last semester abroad in tel aviv and really appreciating my religion and culture this is an extremely important cause to me!
thea bernstein (New Orleans, 2023-02-24)
#8anti-Jewish hatred is underreported and overlooked.
Alexia Narun (Chadds Ford, 2023-02-24)
#28I support curriculum about antisemitism in Tulane’s orientation for students.
Marcella Bernstein (Palo Alto , 2023-02-24)
#29Antisemitism on college campuses has spread to epidemic proportions. It is the popular position for students, regardless of understanding what it means or its consequences. I believe the best way to address this is through education. Please add antisemitism awareness training to freshman orientation. As a percent of the population no group suffers more hatred and bigotry than Jews. Help stop this trend. Thank you.
Lauren Segal (Palo Alto, 2023-02-24)
#31This is important to me.
Rebecca Reiss (New Orleans, 2023-02-24)
#32I am appalled by the hatred in today’s society, and I think it is imperative that students are taught how to recognize and fight antisemitism.
Elana Passmore (Deerfield, 2023-02-24)
#35Antisemitism is a serious issue but is not given the same focus as others like racism and sexism
Adam Stein (Rye, 2023-02-24)
#40I love the state of Israel and I love my people.
David Renbaum (Reisterstown, 2023-02-24)
#43This is an issue close and personal.
Mac Bressler (New Orleans, 2023-02-24)
#46I care about the campus jewish community
Nick Surfas (New orleans, 2023-02-24)
#48I believe that this is an important action considering the current events in the world.
Maddie Brooks (Pasadena, 2023-02-24)
#56History repeats itself and is repeating. We must not forget.
G Segal (Palo Alto, 2023-02-24)
#57Tulane students benefit from a deeper awareness of the historic and ongoing challenges that their peers are facing. Antisemitism awareness can promote greater tolerance and dialogue.
Emily Scheinman (Los Altos Hills, 2023-02-24)
#58The world needs more steps towards a better future
Jaimie Morris (North Potomac, 2023-02-24)
#59I believe this is important
Joseph soifer (Bethesda, 2023-02-24)
#61I'm very concerned about antisemitic discrimination happing all over the US and would like to see every university, including Tulane, take action to combat such discrimination.
Adam Berman (San Francisco, 2023-02-24)
#71Antisemitism has been growing on Tulane’s campus and this is a necessary procedure to prevent future antisemitism.
Elliott Soofer (tiburon, 2023-02-24)
#75i think it’s important to prevent antisemitism rates from rising on campus
John Karteczka (New Orleans , 2023-02-24)
#76I want Tulane to change the way they address antisemitism
Alex Florman (Santa Ana, 2023-02-24)
#81Would like to see change
Richard Deverey (New Orleans , 2023-02-24)
Jesse Abed (Englewood, 2023-02-24)
#87Antisemitism should not be allowed in any aspect on any college campus.
Ilyana Mitchell (New York, 2023-02-24)
Andi Meyer (Bexley, 2023-02-24)
#103I'm a Jew who is disgusted with the rise of Antisemitism in this country
Jack Gillespie (New Orleans, 2023-02-24)
#105I am a concerned Jew about the uprising of antisemitism throughout the world and in hope for it to end soon
Derek Coval (Great Neck, 2023-02-24)
#109I’m signing because I want to spread the awareness of antisemitism to Tulane campus.
Lauren Bell (Bedford, 2023-02-24)
#115I fully support incorporating antisemitism awareness training in Tulane freshman orientation.
Jordan Kirsh-Clemenceau (Washington DC, 2023-02-24)
#124Jewish students belong at Tulane, anti-Semitic students do not
Andy Degnim (New Orleans , 2023-02-24)
#125This is an important initiative that will benefit all incoming students and stem the growing tide of bigotry and disinformaton on campus.
Andrew Katz (Los Angeles, 2023-02-24)
#128I’m signing because Tulane and all universities need to stand up to anti semitism
Beth S. Marx (Newton, 2023-02-24)
#129I believe anti-semitism is hate. And hate of all forms must be addressed and stamped out.
Jeffrey Kaftan (Birmingham, 2023-02-24)
#130I am Jewish and any amount of anti-Semitism is disgusting
Lauryn Golinsky (Reston, VA, 2023-02-24)
#131I’m signing this because my entire family …grandparents, aunts, uncles, cousins, perished in the Holocaust, and I see a pattern in this country with aspects closely resembling the antisemitism in Europe and the U.S. that led up to the destruction of six million Jews from 1939-1945.
Marcia Retrey (New York, 2023-02-24)
#133We need to educate students about anti-semitism.
Sarice Silverberg (Santa Barbara, 2023-02-24)
#134Education is the most potent weapon against hate.
Gil Retrey (New York, 2023-02-24)
#143I strongly believe in the cause
Marla Kaftan (Birmingham, 2023-02-25)
#147My granddaughter is a student. I’m 81 and vividly remember seeing people with numbers on their arms when I was growing up. And could not imagine that a similar culture could happen again.
Harvey Silverberg (Santa Barbara, 2023-02-25)
#154I want to fight against the horrible acts of antisemitism that I’ve seen on campuses and in our country recently!!
Zoe Silverberg (Santa Barbara, 2023-02-25)
#155I believe in the cause
Alison SHULMAN (Washington, 2023-02-25)
#168I am Jewish and believe this is necessary. Especially after recent events.
Isabella Spar (Ardsley, 2023-02-25)
#170Great idea to include antisemitism as part of all the DEI workshops.
Mark Silverberg (Santa Barbara, 2023-02-25)
#171I am signing this petition because Anti-Semitism seems ubiquitous around college campuses and students need to be educated.
Caleb Silverberg (Santa Barbara, 2023-02-25)
#175I’m signing because students at Tulane need to be aware of and sensitized to anti-semtism. There’s probably an incorrect assumption that there’s no antisemitism or hatred of Jews at Tulane because there are so many Jewish students there. It’s time to live in reality and make it a safer place for the large Jewish student population, before it’s too late.
Jim Scheinman (Los Altos, 2023-02-25)
#180I care about the safety of my Jewish friends.
Bella Castro (New Orleans, 2023-02-25)
#184This is important
Rory Macdonald (Philadelphia, 2023-02-25)
#194We need to teach tolerance nd acceptance
Richard Singer (White Plqins, 2023-02-25)