Jewish Groups Criticize CUNY Chancellor for Not Appearing at NYC City Council Antisemitism Hearing
July 1, 2022
Jewish groups are criticizing City University of New York (CUNY) Chancellor Felix Matos Rodriguez for not appearing at the June 30 New York City Council hearing on antisemitism plaguing the university. The hearing had initially been scheduled for June 8 but was postponed; the City Council had said at the time that the postponement was because the chancellor “had a scheduling conflict,” according to Jewish Telegraphic Agency. “Dear @ChancellorCUNY,” Students for Faculty and Equality (S.A.F.E.) CUNY tweeted, “if you cannot even bother to show up at an antisemitism probe into your own university, after it was postponed once to accommodate your schedule, you are unfit for this position and you must step down.” READ MORE
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