Alums for Campus Fairness (ACF) harnesses the untapped power of alumni to advocate for Jewish and Zionist students, respond to antisemitic incidents, and communicate the message that there is no place for hate on campus.
Since ACF’s founding in 2015, we have grown from a single chapter to over 40. That’s 8,000 + alumni starting petitions, publishing op-eds, and engaging in dialogue with university leaders.
This year we quickly pivoted to the digital space, regularly hosting webinars and providing alumni with cutting edge resources to combat bigotry. And we’re launching an innovative, powerful platform to organize and unite alumni better than ever.
University administrators listen to our one alumni voice. An ACF petition with 700 + signatures caused Florida State University to adopt the IHRA definition of antisemitism. Another petition motivated the president of San Francisco State University to issue a statement condemning antisemitism. And in November, an ACF petition responding to an antisemitic student referendum at Tufts University garnered 571 signatures.