Potentially millions of public radio and online podcast listeners were recently subjected to a one-sided segment of the American Public Media (APM) weekly food show The Splendid Table that vilified West Bank Jewish residents.
America's largest organization of physicists (48,000 members in academia, government, industry), American Physical Society (APS), allowed its member newsletter to falsely accuse Israel of violating the “human right” to “access to higher education.”
New York’s prestigious Metropolitan Opera, under the leadership of Peter Gelb (pictured), on June 17 cancelled plans to simulcast the John Adams/Alice Goodman opera “The Death of Klinghoffer” on theater screens around the world, reducing the potential audience for this antisemitic work by hundreds of thousands. This comes immediately after CAMERA’s successful campaign which led to a deluge of protests via letters and phone calls to The Met, to the media, and to sponsors of the simulcast and the simulcast company.
Author/poet Alice Walker (1983 Pulitzer Prize winner for fiction for The Color Purple), also something of a fringe activist, vilified Israel and Jews during a 2010 book tour to promote her new book based on travels to Africa and “Palestine/Israel.” Did Jewish philanthropists conduct due diligence before supporting her appearances?
Current Events, a mini-magazine for middle school students which describes itself as "a leader in the educational field," carried a Special Report entitled "Will Violence Engulf the Middle East," which included many serious factual errors and distortions.