An Analytic Approach to Campus Pro-Israeli Activism – Case Study: Johns Hopkins University

Anti-Israeli campus groups have made inroads at American universities by using the campus media, creating strategic partnerships with mainstream left-wing groups, and supporting certain members of the faculty and staff. Pro-Israeli activists who wish to combat this threat must respond to all three of these avenues by getting organized, utilizing the media, and maintaining relationships with organizations, campus influentials, and the Jewish community. The Coalition of Hopkins Activists for Israel (CHAI) was created in September 2000 to enact these steps in seeking to preempt potential anti-Israelism on the university’s Homewood campus.

An Analytic Approach to Campus Pro-Israeli Activism – Case Study: Johns Hopkins University

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