NYU Law Review

Commits to BDS

Condemn RLSC's public commitment to the antisemitic Boycott, Divestment, Sanctions (BDS) movement at NYU.

Sign the Petition

Show your support for Jewish students at New York University by signing this petition.

URGENT: Stand Against BDS at NYU

The public commitment by NYU Review of Law & Social Change (RLSC) to the BDS movement brings shame to our alma mater.

This is an unprecedented and dangerous move that alienates Jewish students and greenlights political censorship. We join law faculty across the country who have expressed their deep concerns with, and opposition to, this law journal’s misguided adoption of the academic boycott of Israeli universities and academics.

Given that the RLSC is now in non-compliance with university policy, we urge NYU and the NYU School of Law to take immediate measures to dissociate from the journal.

NYU’s Jewish community should not be subjected to more targeted attacks on its identity and ability to participate fully in campus life. As antisemitic incidents spike in New York City, Jews should be able to seek refuge on the NYU campus.

SIGN THIS PETITION to DEMAND ACTION from President Andrew D. Hamilton and Dean Trevor Morrison. They MUST take necessary and appropriate action to protect NYU Law’s Jewish students, faculty, and staff and uphold the principles of academic freedom and the free exchange of ideas.

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