COVID-19 Updates

During this unprecedented time, you can make a difference. Join us to counter bigotry and antisemitism from home.

We recommend visiting the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)’s and World Health Organization (WHO)’s websites for the most up-to-date information from qualified epidemiologists.

As a member of Alums For Campus Fairness, you have access to our private Constituent Portal.  Through the portal, you can:

  • Engage in discussions with fellow chapter members

  • View updates and breaking news about your alma mater

  • Receive information about upcoming events and webinars

  • Report an antisemitic or anti-Israel bias incident

  • Download and share ACF brochures and flyers

Unifying Our Alumni Voice

Through our “Unifying Our Alumni Voice” webinar series, we are bringing our members together digitally to learn from and engage in conversation with thought leaders. These webinars will feature experts from a variety of fields covering topics including campus antisemitism, Jewish continuity, messaging for our cause, empowering student leaders, and more.

Past Webinars

A conversation with Rabbi Shlomie Chein ,Vice President of Student Engagement and Rabbi Yossi Witkes, Director of Educational Experiences
Jon Bridge (VCU ’13) is the Chief Programming Officer of Alpha Epsilon Pi. In this role, Jon manages AEPi’s professional team in the fraternity’s Jewish & Leadership Program Department (JLPD), and oversees the implementation of AEPi’s core program initiatives and leadership conferences.
Jacob Baime is the Executive Director of Israel on Campus Coalition. An experienced public affairs professional and campus organizer, Jacob Baime is an expert on pro-Israel campus affairs.
Asaf Romirowsky PhD, is the Executive Director of Scholars for Peace in the Middle East (SPME). Romirowsky is also a fellow at the Middle East Forum, a senior nonresident research fellow at the Begin-Sadat Center for Strategic Studies (BESA) and a Professor [Affiliate] at the University of Haifa.
Adela Cojab Moadeb is a published author, Israel activist, and recent graduate from NYU, where she built a concentration in Middle Eastern Diaspora Structures and Social Exclusion.
Carly Gammill is a seasoned constitutional litigator with extensive experience handling matters involving free speech and religious liberties and fighting antisemitism, including the anti-Israel, antisemitic BDS campaign, on campuses, in court, and at the United Nations.
Major Diamond had combat tours in the North Command in 1998, Central * South Command in 2001, Operation Cast Lead in 2009, Operation Pillar of Defense in 2012, and Operation Protective Edge in 2014.
ACF is a proud partner of this Special Celebration for Israel’s 72nd Birthday!  The program includes Matisyahu singing a medley of “One Day”, Jewish leaders from more than 30 countries, film star Joshua Malina sharing how Israeli doctors and scientists are on the front lines of the battle against COVID-19 Israel Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and much more!
Hen Mazzig is an Israeli speaker and writer who has inspired thousands with his story. Named as one of the Algemeiner’s top 100 people positively influencing Jewish life, Hen is an energetic activist and advocate for his people. As the son of Mizrahi Jewish refugees from Iraq and North Africa (Berber Jews from Tunisia), Hen has a unique and important voice in today’s discussions, sharing his family’s story as part of the 850,000 Jewish refugees from the Middle East and North Africa.
Voices4Israel hosted a panel featuring Joel Bond, Assistant Director of Alums for Campus Fairness (ACF) which discussed the current anti-Israel climate on college campuses and offer effective tools and resources for addressing this condemning and intimidating activity.
ACF is a proud partner of the annual Masa Yom HaZikaron Memorial Ceremony. On April 27th, at 7:50 pm Israel time, the eve of Yom HaZikaron, we will commemorate IDF soldiers and victims of terror at the largest virtual ceremony for the Jewish world. For Israelis, this day is one of the most important of the year as we recognize those who sacrificed their lives for our great country. At Masa, we see it as our opportunity and responsibility to share the centrality of this day with our thousands of fellows.
Samara Hutman is the Director of Remember Us, The Holocaust Bnai Mitzvah Project, which offers an invitation to children preparing for bar/bat mitzvah to connect with the memory of children lost in the Holocaust before they could be called to the Torah.
Nathan Miller is the Founder and CEO of Miller Ink, a full-service strategic communications firm based in Los Angeles. Nathan is a communications strategist sought out by executives at the highest levels of business, government, and the non-profit world, who has helped dozens of organizations tell their stories better – and navigate complex issues and crises spanning the globe.
As a former U.S. Department of Defense official, Omar supported the capital case against the alleged 9/11 mastermind Khalid Shaikh Mohammad, the capital case against the alleged mastermind of the USS Cole bombing, and a case against the alleged Al Qaeda operational commander in Afghanistan and Pakistan.
Adam Lehman was named president and CEO of Hillel International in January 2020, after serving as Hillel International’s interim CEO and chief operating officer. As COO, Adam was Hillel International’s day-to-day organizational director for four years, managing Hillel International’s staff, finances and programs to deliver on the ambitious goals of Hillel’s Drive to Excellence strategic plan.
Ilan is the president and founder of Students Supporting Israel (SSI), a pro-Israel student movement with 50 chapters across universities in North America. Immigrating from Israel before college, during his freshman year Ilan registered the first SSI group at the University of Minnesota.


One alumni voice. Countering Bigotry.

Alums for Campus Fairness (ACF) is a non-profit organization that brings together alumni to counter anti-Semitism that is affecting far too many university and college campuses, while also promoting an open and fair dialogue on campus regarding the Arab-Israeli conflict. ACF works in partnership with StandWithUs.

ACF mobilizes alumni to press their alma maters to provide: (i) a safe and welcoming environment for students and faculty who feel a connection to Israel; and (ii) a comprehensive education, rather than activist propaganda, especially with respect to Israel.