WATCH: Kingsborough Community College Professor Alleges Widespread Union Anti-Semitism At CUNY

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NEW YORK (VINnews) — On June 18, Professor Jeffrey Lax, resigned from the CUNY’s professor’s union over the passage by an overwhelmingly number of colleagues on an anti-Israel resolution.

In a recent column from The Jewish Press, the opening paragraph reads as follows:

‘The 47-year-old Jewish professor of business at Kingsborough Community College in Brooklyn, N.Y., was appalled by a recent 83-34 vote by the Professional Staff Congress of CUNY on a June 10 resolution that condemns “the continued subjugation of Palestinians to the state-supported displacement, occupation and use of lethal force by Israel” and also “racism in all its forms including anti-Semitism, and recognizes that criticisms of Israel, a diverse nation-state, are not inherently anti-Semitic.”

Today, Alan and Baila from the VINnews podcast ‘The Definitive Rap’ sat down with Professor Lax. During the interview, Lax cited countless examples of anti-semitism within the union, faculty, and hiring practices at the community college.

Alan Skorski has been a political activist for almost 40 years. He authored 2 books; Pants on Fire: How Al Franken Lies, Smears, and Deceives and Israel Betrayed: How the Democrats, J Street, and Jewish Left Have Undermined Israel. He has appeared on Fox News, MSNBC, Newsmax, and C-Span.

Baila Sebrow is a journalist, inspirational international speaker, and 5TJT columnist who also hosted numerous radio and Cable TV shows, including Insight/Israel. She is the Founder and President of Neshoma Advocates, Inc., servicing children and families at-risk. Baila is also an acclaimed matchmaker and relationship coach, and president of Baila Sebrow Events, LLC. She has been been featured in various publications, including The New York Times.


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