Support for Professor Abdulhadi and Campus Advocates for Justice in/for Palestine at San Francisco State University
November 1st 2016,

Dear President Wong,


As faculty members of the San Francisco State University as well as other institutions worldwide, we are disturbed by recent developments on the SFSU campus:

1) On October 14, 2016, several racist and Islamophobic posters were plastered on the SFSU campus smearing SFSU Professor Rabab Abdulhadi, accusing her of terrorism and anti-Semitism. The posters are claimed by both the Canary Mission and Horowitz Freedom Center, a far-right, off campus organization whose founder is named as a leading Islamophobe by the Southern Poverty Law Center. The posters also target SFSU students advocates for justice in/for Palestine, including members of the General Union of Palestine Students, who have been bullied by Canary Mission. While the office of the President of the university issued a general rejection of this campaign referring to it as "hateful" and its backers as "extremist," the statement did not make any reference to or express defense of the specific targets: Dr. Abdulhadi, the GUPS students and the AMED program.

2) In January 2014 Prof. Abdulhadi travelled to Jordan and Palestine as part of her work as Senior Scholar of the Arab and Muslim Ethnicities and Diasporas Studies Program. AMCHA publicly and falsely accused Dr. Rabab Abdulhadi of misrepresenting the nature and purpose of her trip, misusing university funds and claiming that she traveled to Palestine and Jordan to collaborate with terrorists. The SFSU campus conducted several internal investigations which concluded that those accusations had “no merit”. However the SFSU statement was not made public to the campus community until 2 weeks after the end of the investigation.

3) In July 2014, AMCHA launched another harassment campaign, this time calling on California Controller to once again investigate the same trip to Jordan and Palestine. Instead of defending its faculty member, SFSU conducted a 5-year audit of Professor Abdulhadi’s international travel even though it had already determined that there were no grounds for these false charges. This time SFSU did not issue a public statement clearing Professor Abdulhadi’s name. Furthermore, SFSU Provost revoked Dr. Abdulhadi’s already approved trip to Palestine a full week before the State Department issued a travel advisory against US citizens’ travel to Palestine and Israel.

4) In 2013 Prof. Abdulhadi was encouraged by SFSU to establish a collaborative agreement (an MOU: Memorandum of Understanding) with the An-Najah National University in Palestine. SFSU AUCIP (All University Committee on International Programs) unanimously voted in favor of the proposal which was then forwarded to the Provost and to you as the President who signed it in Fall 2014. On September 7, 2016, Campus Watch/Middle East Forum, led by Daniel Pipes, launched a campaign demanding an end to SFSU collaboration with An-Najah and smearing Professor Abdulhadi with baseless accusations of terrorism and anti-Semitism. Instead of defending Dr Abdulhadi and standing by the SFSU collaborative agreement with An-Najah, you and CSU Chancellor White issued a statement generally upholding the 110 existing SFSU agreements with international universities without naming An-Najah or Dr. Abdulhadi.


We cannot continue to allow this bullying, harassment, and incitement to violence to take place at SFSU or any other campus. These racist and Islamophobic attacks cannot continue to go unsanctioned. We believe that it is the responsibility of our campus leadership to clearly and unambiguously come out in statements and actions in support of their faculty and categorically express their absolute intolerance of hate speech and defamation.

Fortunately, faculty at San Francisco State has not been silent in the face of such bullying, harassment and incitement to violence. The Jewish Studies Department, the College of Ethnic Studies and our own union, the California Faculty Association, have issued statements clearly condemning those posters. Student groups, such as the General Union of Palestine Students, the Muslim Student Association, the Black Student Union, the Pacific Islander Club, the League of Filipino Students, MeCHA, Students for Quality Education, Women’s Muslim Student Association and the Ethnic Studies Association have issued statements at each step of the way supporting Dr. Abdulhadi and her rights to do her work as a scholar, educator and mentor without fear or intimidation.

Several academic and community groups have also come out publicly denouncing the Horowitz/Canary Mission racist and Islamophobic poster campaign and publicly supporting Prof. Abdulhadi and the targeted students, including American Muslims for Palestine, Asian Americans Advancing Justice - Asian Law Caucus, Arab Resource and Organizing Center, Council on American-Islamic Relations, International Jewish Anti-Zionist Network, Jewish Voice for Peace, National Lawyers Guild-San Francisco Bay Area and Palestine Legal. Earlier statements that called you as President of SFSU to uphold the agreement with An-Najah National University and stand by Dr. Abdulhadi were issued by the Middle East Studies Association, California Scholars for Academic Freedom, Jewish Voice for Peace, National Students for Justice in Palestine, United States Campaign for the Academic and Cultural Boycott of Israel. Palestinian, Arab and Muslim scholars asked you to stand firm against intimidation and in support of your faculty and students and accord them the same protection and treatment SFSU must accord every member of its campus community.

Yet, despite these statements of support from within and beyond the academic community, equally strong statements have not been issued by your office as President of SFSU nor the CSU Chancellor. The university has yet to demonstrate concrete and specific support for Prof. Abdulhadi, the AMED program, and a general campus culture rooted in openness for Arab and Muslim communities by giving to them institutional support.

We view the lack of a clear and firm stand and action on the part of the administration as contributing to the silencing and intimidation of all of us, whose courses, research, critical thinking and community service can become the target of similar groups.

Furthermore, this alarming atmosphere does not only have implications for Prof. Abdulhadi, GUPS and other campus advocates for justice in/for Palestine, but for each and every one of us who are committed to academic freedom, free speech and the intellectual integrity and reputation of our institutions. It is the moral and ethical stands that bind us together.

It is our hope that there will be no more delay from President Wong and his office to issue a clear and firm statement in support of Prof. Abdulhadi, the targeted students and the AMED program and to take all action to insure their safety and dignity against this bullying, harassment, intimidation and incitement to violence.

As scholars in SFSU, joined by our colleagues and communities everywhere, we call you on you, President Wong, to:

1) Publicly and unambiguously defend the academic freedom and the intellectual reputation of our colleague Prof. Abdulhadi, by making a public statement that clears her name of the vicious and absolutely unfounded smear attacks against her, and by doing so to protect the intellectual integrity of our institution and all of us who work here;

2) Publicly and unambiguously defend the academic freedom and the right of free speech of Palestinian students, faculty and staff, and all advocates for justice in/for Palestine, against the current bullying, harassment and intimidation attacks suffered by members of our community;

3) Publicly and unambiguously condemn all forms of hate speech, including anti-Arab racism, anti-Semitism and Islamophobia, and to take all the necessary actions to stop hate speech on your campus. We need to see an end to the hostile work and study environment at SFSU for campus advocates for justice, including justice in/for Palestine;

4) Publicly, clearly and unambiguously express your support for the AMED (Arab and Muslim Ethnicities and Diasporas) Studies program at SFSU, its fundamental role in the SFSU educational mission, and demonstrate a timely commitment to building the AMED Studies program by reinstating the 2 tenure-track faculty lines that were cut in 2010 despite having been part of the recruitment promises given to Prof. Abdulhadi when she was hired in 2007, as well as providing full time staff and an operating budget.


Sincerely,

The following faculty members of San Francisco State University:

Ashley Aaron, Lecturer of Africana Studies
Antwi Akom, Associate Professor of Africana Studies
Nan Alamilla Boyd, Professor of Women and Gender Studies
Falu Bakrania, Associate Professor of Race and Resistance Studies
Joanne Barker, Associate Professor of American Indian Studies
Chris Bettinger, Associate Professor of Sociology,
Teresa Carrillo, Professor of Latina/Latino Studies
Andreana Clay, Associate Professor and Chair Department of Sociology and Sexuality Studies
Susan Chen, Counselor Faculty, Counseling & Psychological Services
Deborah Cohler, Associate Professor of Women and Gender Studies
Carlos Cordoba, Professor of of Latina/Latino Studies
Huma Dar, Lecturer of Race and Resistance Studies
Wei Ming Dariotis, Associate Professor in American Studies
Ziza Delgado, Lecturer of Race and Resistance Studies
Clayton Dumont, Professor of Sociology
Jeff Duncan-Andrade, Associate Professor of Latina/Latino Studies
Kathy Emery, Lecturer of Political Science
Catriona Esquibel, Associate Professor of Race and Resistance Studies
Jason Ferreira, Associate Professor of Race and Resistance Studies
Jessica Fields, Professor of Sociology and Sexuality Studies
Georgia Gero, Lecturer of English
Christina Grijalva, Lecturer of Race and Resistance Studies
Theresa Hammond, Professor of Accounting, College of Business
Ron Hayduk, Associate Professor, Department of Political Science
Jocelyn Hermoso, Associate Professor, School of Social Work
Julietta Hua, Professor and Department Chair of Women and Gender Studies
Cindy Huynh, Lecturer of Race and Resistance Studies
Andrew Jolivette, Professor of American Indian Studies
Tomomi Kinukawa, Lecturer of Asian American Studies Department
Philip Klasky, Lecturer of American Indian Studies
Felix Kury, Lecturer of Latina/Latino Studies
Mai-Nhung Le, Professor of Asian American Studies
Laura Mamo, Professor of Health Education
James Martel, Professor of Political Science
Katinka Martinez, Associate Professor of Latina/Latino Studies
Edward McCaughan, Retired Professor of Sociology
Serie McDougal, Associate Professor of Africana Studies
Toni Mirosevich, Professor of Creative Writing
Guillermo Alejandro Murguia, Professor and Chair of Latina/Latino Studies
John-Carlos Perea, Associate Professor of American Indian Studies
James Quesada, Professor of Anthropology
Kasturi Ray, Associate Professor of Women and Gender Studies
Nanea Renteria, Lecturer of Race and Resistance Studies
Belinda Reyes, Associate Professor Latina and Latino Studies and Director of Cesar E Chavez Institute
Michael Ritter, Counselor Faculty, Health Promotion and Wellness
Ann Robertson, Lecturer of Philosophy
Jessica Ronald, Lecturer in Ethnic Studies
Leonard Sklar, Associate Professor of Earth & Climate Sciences
Valerie Soe, Associate Professor of Asian American Studies
Larry Solomon, Lecturer of Race and Resistance Studies
Dorothy Tsuruta, Professor and Chair of Africana Studies
Beverly Voloshin, Professor of English
Grace Yoo, Professor of Asian American Studies
Daisy Zamora, Professor of Latina/Latino Studies

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MInoo Moallem, Gender and Women's Studies, University of California, Berkeley
Daniel Boyarin, Near Eastern Studies and Rhetoric, University of California, Berkeley
Paola Bacchetta, Gender and Women's Studies, University of California, Berkeley
Alborz Ghandehari, Department Ethnic Studies, University of California, San Diego
Erik Green, Department of Education, University of California, Santa Cruz
Beezer de Martelly, Head Steward UAW 2865, Department of Music, University of California, Berkeley
Jeanine Webb, Dissertation Fellow, Department of Literature, University of California, San Diego
Malathi Iyengar, Department of Ethnic Studies, University of California, San Diego
Dennis Childs, Department of Literature and African American Studies, University of California, San Diego
Jonathan Koch, Los Angeles Unit Chair, UAW 2865, Department of Music, University of California, Los Angeles
Chris Tilly, Department of Urban Planning, University of California, Los Angeles
Hannah Kagan-Moore, UAW 2865 Recording Secretary, Department of History of Art and Architecture, University of California, Santa Barbara
Jesse Halvorsen, Department of History, University of California, Santa Barbara
David Feldman, Department of Sociology, University of California, Santa Barbara
Elena Escalera, Department of Psychology, Saint Mary's College of California
Maria Celleri, Department of Ethnic Studies, University of California, San Diego
Neel Ahuja, Feminist Studies, University of California, Santa Cruz
William Robinson, Department of Sociology, University of California, Santa Barbara
Carole Browner, Department of Psychiatry and Bioehavioral Sciences, University of California, Los Angeles
Nubar Hovsepian, Department of Political Science and Chair, Chapman University, Orange
Maggie Downey, UAW 2865, Dept. of Social Welfare, University of California, Berkeley
Susan Slyomovics, Department of Anthropology, University of California, Los Angeles
Ismail Poonawala, Department of Near Eastern Languages & Cultures, University of California, Los Angeles
Emily Yen, Department of Sociology, University of California, Los Angeles
Lisa Rofel, Department of Anthropology, University of California, Santa Cruz
Howard Winant, Department of Sociology, University of California, Santa Barbara
Mackenzie Gregg, UAW 2865, University of California, Riverside
Pratichi Priyambada, Department of History, University of California, Irvine
Henry Klein, Department of Art, Los Angeles Valley College, Van Nuys
Jamie Rogers, Department of Comparative Literature, University of California, Irvine
Jasmine Armstrong, UAW 2865, University of California Merced
J. Sebastian, UAW 2865, University of California Riverside,
Ivonne del Valle, Department of Spanish and Portuguese, University of California, Berkeley
Anna Winget, Department of Drama, University of California, Irvine
Garrett Strain, Department of Sociology, University of California, Berkeley
Margaret Ferguson, Department of English, University of California, Davis
Judith Butler, Department of Comparative Literature, University of California, Berkeley
Erin Greer, Department of English, University of California, Berkeley
Fatima El-Tayeb, Department of Literature & Ethnic Studies, University of California, San Diego
Mary Irene Morrison, Department of English, UAW 2865, University of California, Riverside
Clyde Leland, Department of Law, University of San Francisco
Sondra Hale, Department of Anthropology and Gender Studies, University of California, Los Angeles
Joel Beinin, Department of History, Stanford University
Sé Sullivan, Gender and Women Studies, University of California Berkeley
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Andrew Paul Gutierrez, Division of Ecosystem Studies, University of California, Berkeley
Makeba Jones, Department of Education Studies, University of California, San Diego
Thoraya Tlatli, Department of French, University of California, Berkeley
David Klein, Department of Mathematics, California State University Northridge, Los Angeles
Brooke Lober, Women's and Gender Studies, Sonoma State University
Paul McDermott, Department of Modern and Classical Languages and Literatures, California State University Los Angeles
Dennis Kortheuer, Department of History, California State University, Long Beach
Ahlam Muhtaseb, Department of Communication Studies, California State University San Bernardino
Anne-Marie Debbané, Department of Geography, San Diego State University
Natalie Ingraham, Department of Sociology, California State University East Bay, Hayward
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Derian Blandon, CTVA - Sustainability - One Struggle, Independent Scholar, Los Angeles
Rose Marie Kuhn, Department of French, California State University Fresno
Mahmood Ibrahim, Department of History, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona
Jen Rushforth, Department of Justice Studies, San Jose State University
Ozzie Monge, Department of American Indian Studies, San Diego State University
Jonathan Graubart, Department of Political Science, San Diego State University
Markar Melkonian, Department of Philosophy, California State University Northridge, Los Angeles
Darryl Omar Freeman, Department of Ethnic Studies, California State University Sacramento
Nancy Gallagher, Department of History, University of California, Santa Barbara
Rei Terada, Department of Comparative Literature, University of California, Irvine
Wendy Kaufmyn, Department of Engineering and Technology, City College of San Francisco
Ivan Huber, Fairleigh Dickinson University, Los Angeles
Jeffrey Skoller, Department of Film and Media, University of California, Berkeley
Shalhla Razavi, Department of Mathematics, Mount San Jacinto College, Menifee
Alan Fisher, City College of San Francisco
Dylan Rodriguez, Department of Ethnic Studies, University of California, Riverside
Penny Rosenwasser, Department of Interdisciplinary Studies, City College of San Francisco
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Leslie Simon, Department of Women’s Studies, City College of San Francisco
Diane Green, Department of Fashion, City College of San Francisco
Rodger Scott, Department of Transnational Studies, City College of San Francisco
Ross Frank, Department of Ethnic Studies, University of California, San Diego
Lauren Muller, Department of Interdisciplinary Studies, City College of San Francisco


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Faculty of University Institutions in the U.S.

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Bill Mullen, Department of American Studies, Purdue West, Lafayette, Indiana
Cynthia Wu, Department of Transnational Studies, SUNY Buffalo, New York
John Champagne, The Behrend College, Penn State University, Erie, Pennsylvania
Sarah Schulman, Distinguished Professor of English, College of Staten Island, CUNY, New York
Craig Willse, Department of Cultural Studies, George Mason University, New York
Matt Brim, Department of English and WGS College of Staten Island, City University of New York, New York
Laura Lyons, Department of English, University of Hawaii, Honolulu
Cynthia Chris, Department of Media Culture, College of Staten Island Staten Island, CUNY, New York
Sohomjit Ray, Department of English, CUNY, New York
Saadia Toor, Department of Sociology & Anthropology, CUNY, New York
Valerie Wayne, Department of English, University of Hawaii, Honolulu
Heike Schotten, Department of Political Science, University of Massachusetts, Boston
Anh Tran, Department of Political Science, Baruch College, New York City
Anthony Alessandrini, Department of English & Middle Eastern Studies, University of New York, New York
Shefali Chandra, Department of History, Washington University in St. Louis, Saint Louis, Missouri
Jesse Knutson, Department of Sanskrit, University of Hawaii, Honolulu
Martha Copp, Department of Sociology, East Tennessee State University, Johnson City, Tennessee
Michael Truscello, Department of English and General Education, Mount Royal University, Calgary, Canada
Michelle Hartman, Institute of Islamic Studies, McGill University, Montreal, Canada
Aziz Choudry, Department of Integral Studies in Education, McGill University, Montreal, Canada
Richard Ayers, Department of Education, University of San Francisco, San Francisco
Neferti Tadiar, Department of Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies, Barnard College, Columbia University, New York
David Palumbo-Liu, Department of Comparative Literature, Stanford University, California
William Ayers, Department of Education, University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago
Merrill Cole, Department of English, Western Illinois University Macomb, Illinois
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Steven Botticelli, Department of Psychology, New York University
Raza Mir, Department of Management, William Paterson University, Wayne, New Jersey
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Malek Abisaab, Department of History, Institute of Islamic Studies, McGill University, Montreal, Canada
Ken Ross, Department of Political Science, Adrian College, Michigan
Kevin Gould, Department of Geography and Planning, Concordia University, Montreal, Canada
Gordon Fellman, Department of Sociology, Brandeis University, Cambridge, Massachusetts
Robyn Spencer, Department of History, Lehman College, Bronx, New York
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Kenneth Surin, Program in Literature and Critical Theory, Duke University, Durham
Alan Sears, Department of Sociology, Ryerson University, Toronto, Canada
Alan Meyers, Department of Pediatrics, Boston University School of Medicine, Boston, Massachusetts
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Omar Dphrepaulezz, Department of Africana and Latino Studies, SUNY, Oneonta, New York
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Christopher Stones, Department of Arabic, Hunter College, CUNY, New York
Chandra Talpade Mohanty, Department of Women and Gender Studies, Syracuse University, New York
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Alan Wald, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan
Kimberly Williams, Women and Gender Studies, Mount Royal University, Calgary, Canada
Buzz Slutzky, Department of Media Culture, College of Staten Island, CUNY, New York
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David Rohrlich, Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Boston University, Boston
Cornelia Flora, Department of Sociology, Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa
J. Kehaulani Kauanui, Department of American Studies and Anthropology, Wesleyan University, Middletown, Connecticut
Elizabeth Bishop, Department of History, Texas State University, San Marcos, Texas
Abla Oudeh, Department of Islami and Middle Easter Studies, University of Edinburg, United Kingdom
Ghada Ageel, Department of Political Science, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada

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Faculty of University Institutions Worldwide

Terri Ginsberg, Film Program, American University in Cairo, Egypt
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Gilbert Achcar, Center for Palestine Studies, SOAS University of London, United Kingdom
Mark Ayyash, Department of Sociology and Anthropology, Mount Royal University, Canada
Nadje Al-Ali, Center of Gender Studies, SOAS University of London, United Kingdom
Ratiba Hadj-Moussa, Department of Sociology, York University, Canada
Lars Peter Laamann, Department of History, SOAS University of London, United Kingdom
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Micah Leshem, Department of Psychology, University of Haifa, Israel
Helen Gorgels, Free Palestine University, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Yuval Yonay, Department of Sociology and Anthropology, University of Haifa, Israel
Vered Kraus, Department of Sociology, University of Haifa, Israel
Pnina Werbner, Department of Sociology, Keele University, Staffordshire, United Kingdom
Alexandra Nissen, Victoria Polytechnic, Victoria University, Australia
Hannah Safran, Social Change, The Academic College for Social Change, Israel
Gabriel Arguedas, Department of Philosophy, Universidad de Costa Rica, Costa Rica
Hadeel Karkar, Department of Comparative Literature, Université Paris-3 Sorbonne Nouvelle, France
Aida Qasim, Department of Education, Zayed University, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
Bilal Shafei, Department of French, An-Najah National University, Palestine
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Tony Greenstein, UNISON, Sussex University, Brighton, United Kingdom
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Les Levidow, Department of Development Policy and Practice, Open University, United Kingdom
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Richard Wilkinson, Professor of Social Epidemiology, University of Nottingham Medical School, United Kingdom
James Dickins, Department of Arabic, Islamic and Middle Eastern Studies, University of Leeds, United Kingdom
Mike Cushman, Department of Management, London School of Economics, London, United Kingdom
Derek Summerfield, Institute of Psychiatry, King’s College, University of London, United Kingdom

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