On a Sunday evening earlier this month, the Mister Rogers in Crown Heights played host to the neighborhood's primary residents—West Indian Blacks with waist-length dreads and baggy jeans, and Hasidic Jews in black hats and sheitels.
Johns Hopkins, Harvard, Yale, Cornell, Princeton, Boston University, University of Pennsylvania, University of Connecticut, University of Texas and other top U.S. schools slam American Studies Association boycott of Israel.
Dozens of universities have rejected a decision by the American Studies Association last week to boycott Israeli academics, according to William Jacobson, a legal scholar who authors the Legal Insurrection blog.
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