Antisemitic graffiti found in bathroom at American University

Antisemitic graffiti was found in the bathroom at American University in Washington D.C. 

Of the four symbols found, three of them were Nazi propaganda carved into the stall. The symbols were a Schutzstaffel, a Star of David, and two swastikas.

Another swastika was found on campus at the University of Connecticut in April in what is reportedly the “seventh Jewish hate crime the university has experienced in 2021.”

It was just a few weeks ago, where the Alums for Campus Fairness organization conducted a survey that concluded that antisemitism is growing on American college campuses in collaboration with Jewish on Campus.

According to the survey, nearly four out of five students have heard of another student making antisemitic comments.

Last month, another report stated that the Hillel International and the Anti-Defamation League are working together in fighting antisemitism on campuses, which includes creating a “create a college-level curriculum on antisemitism and jointly document antisemitic incidents on campuses.”