1. Exercise your own First Amendment rights and publicly condemn the SJP for its hateful, anti-Semitic, wrongful and possibly unlawful actions.
2. Open a full investigation into the SJP’s conduct – including its alleged violation of New York City legal provisions prohibiting chalking on the sidewalk, its harassment and intimidation of Jewish and pro-Israel students, its incitement of violence against Jews, and its public and vulgar flouting of the rules that apply to all students and student groups. If the evidence supports these allegations, then the group’s registered status should finally be revoked, in accordance with Brooklyn College’s Rules and Regulations for the Maintenance of Public Order. This group does not deserve a place on the Brooklyn College campus, until it can conform its conduct to the rules and standards that apply to everyone else.
3. The CUNY Bylaws require that “[e]ach student leader and officer of student organizations recognized by or registered with the institution, as well as those seeking recognition by the institution, must complete training on domestic violence, dating violence, stalking, and sexual assault prevention and on CUNY’s Policy on Sexual Misconduct prior to the organization receiving recognition or registration.” Conspicuously missing is mandatory training on anti-Semitism and other forms of bigotry, and it should be added as a requirement. If the SJP’s permission to operate on campus is rescinded, or if the group is admonished or sanctioned in any other way, then it should be required to complete an educational program on anti-Semitism, including its history and contemporary manifestations, as well as diversity training on tolerance and respect, as a condition of being allowed to operate on campus.