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  • Justin Chow

AVI/HRC Campus Media Fellow op-ed on anti-Canadian and anti-Jewish encampments published in the Toronto Sun

“Universities, once bastions of intellectual freedom and moral clarity, are now the staging grounds for this toxic revival. Administrators might cloak their inaction in the guise of free speech, but we know the truth: They are either complicit in the spread of this hatred, or they are staggeringly indifferent. Silence and inaction are forms of endorsement. There is no middle ground. You are either against this blatant hatred, or you are on the side of the perpetrators.”

Powerful words written by Canadian Campus Media Fellow, University of Toronto student, and proud ally Justin Chow, who recently got published in the Toronto Sun.

In his gripping and evocative piece, Justin writes about the dangerous ramifications of allowing anti-Canadian and anti-Jewish encampments to continue sprouting up on Canadian campuses.

“What does this mean for you, the reader? It means it is time to stand up. Confront this hatred wherever you see it. Demand more from your institutions. Protest, write, speak — do not let this issue fade into the background noise of your daily scroll through social media. Get involved with groups fighting this scourge of anti-Semitism. Demand that your educational institutions not only denounce these actions in words but take concrete actions to prevent them.”

To read the article in its entirety, please click here.

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