“Everyone here tonight is showing that hate and prejudice do not belong on this campus,” J Street U co-president Julia Daniel ’17 told the crowd. “I hope we can follow this gathering with communication, education and with action to make this school a better place for all of its students.”
Students gathered at Hillel before the event in order to voice their concerns and opinions about how it felt to be Jewish at Stanford. The discussion was moderated by two students.
Students came together in White Plaza to hear speakers from the Jewish community including JSA and J Street U. The two new ASSU executives, John-Lancaster Finley ’16 and Brandon Hill ’16, also spoke.