Dear Mandel School community,
There has been a rise in antisemitic attacks worldwide since 2018. The Mandel School recognizes the unique experiences and threats faced by Jewish members of our community and denounces all acts of antisemitism.
Antisemitism has no place in our backyard or society—violence or any other form of discrimination against an individual or group directly conflicts with Case Western Reserve's core values. Yet, achieving our goals of diversity and inclusion requires far more than ending abhorrent acts and behavior. Such work requires deep reflection and, at times, difficult conversations. We must engage with one another, seek to understand and be understood, and act in meaningful, measurable ways to become the kind of inclusive campus community we know we can be.
Adrianne M. Crawford Fletcher, PhD, LISW, LCSW
Assistant Dean for Diversity and Inclusion
Grover C. Gilmore, PhD
Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel Dean in Applied Social Sciences