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Will J Street U Take the J Street Challenge?

If J Street U wants to continue claiming it encourages open dialogue and conversation, the members need to screen "The J Street Challenge" on campuses, and allow honest discussions afterwards.
The J Street Challenge was produced by Americans for Peace and Tolerance

The J Street Challenge was produced by Americans for Peace and Tolerance
Photo Credit: The J Street Challenge website

Let’s see if J Street U members are true to their word and committed to productive dialogue, when they are what’s being discussed.

About the Author: Daniel Mael is a junior at Brandeis University. He is from Newton, MA, and the co-founder of Brandeis Students for Accuracy about Israeli and Palestinian Affairs.


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One Response to “Will J Street U Take the J Street Challenge?”

  1. You mean, like an "Open" J Street U?

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