Letter to administrators of California State University, Fresno expressing concern that the abrupt cancellation of the search for the Edward Said Professorship in Middle East Studies after the names of the four finalists - all of Arab or Muslim descent - constitutes a violation of academic procedures and violates academic freedom.
New York State Senate passes bills to prohibit funding of university groups supporting boycott of allied nations
Letter to the New York State Assembly regarding two bills sanctioning students and faculty who advocate a boycott of Israel or other 'allied nations'.
Letter to Fordham dean Keith Eldredge protesting his decision to deny recognition to Fordham's chapter of Students for Justice in Palestine.
Regarding research and travel ban of Kristina Bogos.
Letter to Speaker Ryan and other Members of Congress Objecting to the Definition of Anti-Semitism in the ‘Anti-Semitism Awareness Act of 2016’
Update on the March 30, 2016 letter to CUNY Chancellor and Board of Trustees.
Letter to the President of SFSU protesting the harassment of Professor Rabab Abdulhadi and efforts to abrogate the university’s partnership with al-Najah University.
Letter to UC Berkeley Chancellor Dirks protesting the cancellation of a student-taught course on Israel/Palestine.
Letter calling on SUNY Plattsburgh administrators to defend the academic freedom of Professor Simona Sharoni.
Response from United States Department of State, Assistant Secretary of State for Near Eastern Affairs, to the March 29 letter to Secretary of State John Kerry calling to suspend military and economic aid to Egypt.
Letter to UC Irvine chancellor regarding the university's response to a student protest on May 18, 2016.
Letter to New York Governor Andrew M. Cuomo opposing Executive Order 157, a highly dangerous threat to the constitutionally protected right to free speech. This Executive Order undermines the principles of academic freedom which are so crucial to maintaining the integrity, autonomy and educational mission of New York’s public and private institutions of higher education.
Letter from CUNY Chancellor James Milliken responding to the concern voiced in the March 30 CAF letter regarding what could be construed as the cooperation of the administration of the City University of New York with a campaign of harassment and intimidation initiated by a politically motivated group based outside the university.
Letter to the Chancellor and Trustees of CUNY regarding the university's investigation of alleged anti-Semitic incidents on campus.
Letter to Secretary of State John Kerry urging the USG to reconsider its assistance to the Government of Egypt in light of the recent crackdown on Egyptian NGOs' working in the rights' domain.
Letter to the President and Regents of the University of California protesting the conflation of anti-Zionism with anti-Semitism in the report of the Regents Working Group on Principles Against Intolerance.
Termination Initiated against Wheaton College Professor Larycia Hawkins for Inconsistency with “Statement of Faith”
Letter to Wheaton College President Philip Graham Ryken urging him to reject the provost's recommendation that "termination-for-cause" procedures be initiated against Professor Larycia Hawkins because certain statements she allegedly made are supposedly inconsistent with the college's Statement of Faith and calling on him to affirm Wheaton's commitment to uphold the principles of academic freedom.
Statement by UCLA’s Graduate Student Association President Regarding Funding Restrictions for Diversity Caucus
Letter to UCLA Chancellor Block to express concern about recent statements by the president of UCLA’s Graduate Student Association (GSA) that the Diversity Caucus would be funded only if it had no connections with organizations that advocate divestment or other sanctions against Israel.
University of California Schools Consider Definition of Anti-Semitism inconsistent with Academic Freedom Policy
Letter to University of California President Janet Napolitano and the Board of Regents opposing efforts to have the university adopt a dangerously broad and vague definition of anti-Semitism.