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Members of SDSU Students for Justice in Palestine at a national conference in 2015. Courtesy of Students for Justice in Palestine.

Students for Justice in Palestine strives to educate students

by Bella Ross, Contributor // September 20, 2017

Most students’ awareness of Students for Justice in Palestine stems from the large wall SJP displays in the middle of the North Library walkway each...

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Violent comment at A.S debate sparks controversy

Violent comment at A.S debate sparks controversy

by Will Fritz, Senior Staff Writer // March 15, 2017

An unidentified person was heard making a violent comment in a recording of the Associated Students presidential debate on Wednesday, March 8, sparking...

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Defense for Children International Palestine advocates at San Diego State

by Caitlynne Leary, Staff Writer // October 13, 2016

Beth Miller, a U.S. advocacy officer for the Defense for Children International Palestine, spoke at a Students for Justice in Palestine event on Monday,...

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SJP hosts movie screening after controversy with scheduled speaker

SJP hosts movie screening after controversy with scheduled speaker

by Caitlynne Leary, Staff Writer // September 30, 2016

On Thursday, Sept. 29, Students for Justice in Palestine held a film screening of “Roadmap to Apartheid,” a documentary on the oppression of Palestinians...

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Students for Justice in Palestine raise awareness through education

Students for Justice in Palestine raise awareness through education

by Rebeca Reyes, Contributor // September 21, 2016

The Students for Justice in Palestine at San Diego State welcome everyone interested in learning more about the issues surrounding the current situation...

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Anti-Semitic posts divest from social progress

Anti-Semitic posts divest from social progress

by Anthony Berteaux, Assistant Opinion Editor // April 14, 2015

For many modern day Jews across the world, April is a time to reflect upon the historic perseverance of the Jewish people in the face of adversity and...

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Anti-Semitism claims invest in poor arguments

by Caleb Minnick, Staff Columnist // April 8, 2015

Recently, San Diego State was given the dubious honor of being the sixth most anti-Semitic campus in America, according to conservative activist, David...

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Divestment is a step towards justice

by Courtney White, Columnist // February 16, 2015

Ivy League schools such as Harvard and Stanford have launched major movements towards divestment from Israel, and frankly, San Diego State is falling behind. Not...

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SJP drops leaflets on SDSU campus

SJP drops leaflets on SDSU campus

by David Hernandez and Jenna Mackey // November 11, 2014

San Diego State's Students for Justice in Palestine dropped approximately 500 leaflets from the top of Hepner Hall as well as the second and third...

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Courtesy of Rachel Beck

Die-in protests fuel the fire

by Anthony Berteaux, Senior Staff Columnist // October 16, 2014

Remembering is an act that’s integral to our humanity. This specifically, applies to conflicts and tragedies that shatter every assumption we’ve...

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Letter to the editor: SJP explained

by Osama Alkhawaja // October 16, 2014

Editor's note: This letter to the editor is addressing numerous columns by The Daily Aztec regarding the Palestinian-Israeli conflict.  My father...

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Courtesy of Rachel Beck

Die-in protests shed light on important topics

by Tabi Hoshmand, Staff Columnist // October 16, 2014

Imagine witnessing the death of innocent people all around you. Now, imagine being a family member of one of the victims in Gaza. On Thursday, Oct. 2,...

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