There has been a continued increase in antisemitic activities at colleges and universities over the last decade. Media reports and research about perceptions of Jewish college students add face validity that student organizations are often targets of Anti-Jewish rhetoric. In particular, Jewish fraternities and sororities have been targeted by antisemitism as sites of violence but have also been spaces of resistance. Through a literature review of Jewish fraternities and sororities, the authors present their organizational saga to demonstrate a pattern of exclusion and antisemitism and summarize current initiatives by Jewish fraternities and sororities as spaces of resistance in combating antisemitism.
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Sasso, P. A., & Davis, K. (2022). Jewish Fraternities and Sororities as Spaces of Resistance Against Antisemitism. Georgia Journal of College Student Affairs, 38(1). https://doi.org/10.20429/gcpa.2022.380104