Does this type of SJP/BDS activism exist in the U.S. outside the bubble of college campuses? I am talking specifically about the “activism” that translates into harassment of Jewish students. Does it move into the workplace?
SJPers at elite colleges will be working side by side with Jews of all ages in banks, government, consulting companies, etc. They’ll be attending graduate or professional schools with Jews. How will the harassing behavior fly in those settings? It would be troubling if they attempted to grab the microphone away from a Jewish colleague giving a presentation, or interrupted a Jewish doctor giving grand rounds, or if they slipped eviction notices under the doors of their Jewish colleagues’ offices or homes. Or if they vacated a corporate lunch table when a Jewish colleague came over to join them (as was done repeatedly at Oberlin, according to reports). What about affinity groups or cultural groups at work? Google is famous for this. Are SJP/BDS activists at Google disrupting the “Jewglers’” (that’s what they call themselves!) activities? Jewlgers around the globe build a Sukkah inside the offices. Passover services were disrupted by BDS activists at University of Michigan. Do the activists dare do that at Google?
I wonder if there are reports of what happens with these SJP/BDS activists after college?
ETA: Actually, I answered my own question. There was the medical resident who stated she would sabotage Jews’ medical treatment at her hospital in Ohio. She was fired.