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Join the ‘Exposing the Threat of Antisemitism in Campus Media’ Webinar

September 6, 2022 | Ended

On Sunday, September 18th, at 1:00 PM EST, join a special online event featuring an engaging panel discussion, with college students sharing their experiences with Jew-hatred, followed by an interactive workshop led by Times of Israel Founding Editor David Horovitz to guide students through the process of getting articles published in their school newspapers to counter antisemitic and anti-Israel narratives.

Campus media outlets have become a new front in the fight against Jew-hatred in recent years, amid a global surge of antisemitism that has hit colleges and universities particularly hard. 

To raise awareness of this pressing issue and provide students with the needed tools to stand up to the bigotry they encounter, the Combat Antisemitism Movement (CAM), Committee for Accuracy in Middle East Reporting and Analysis (CAMERA), and ACT.IL are hosting on SundaySeptember 18th, at 1:00 PM EST, a special online event titled “Exposing the Threat of Antisemitism in Campus Media” — featuring an engaging panel discussion, with students sharing their experiences, followed by an interactive workshop led by Times of Israel Founding Editor David Horovitz to guide students through the process of getting articles published in their school newspapers.

Also at the event, the launch of a student journalism contest to promote the publication of op-eds countering antisemitic and anti-Israel narratives will be announced.

Contest participants will be invited to submit articles to be reviewed by our selection committee, who will provide feedback before the students submit their work to be published. The entry deadline is November 1 and the publication deadline December 1. Students will be notified of their cash prize by January 1. Articles approved by the committee will receive $100. Approved articles that are then published in non-campus media will receive a total of $250. And approved articles that are published in campus media will receive a total of $350.

For more information and registration, please visit: campusmedia.combatantisemitism.org