Pro-Palestinian protesters at Harvard University organized on Sunday to stage their second major rally this semester, criticizing the school for what they called its “repression” of free speech activities as its administration attempts to crack down on antisemitism.
Rallygoers called on Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) to cast her vote against a military aid bill to Israel. The protest came after interim President Alan Garber warned protesters they were not allowed to restrict access to “campus buildings, classrooms, administrative offices, or other spaces.”
The protest was organized by multiple groups, including the African and African American Resistance Organization, Harvard Graduate Students for Palestine, and the Boston Party for Socialism and Liberation, according to the Harvard Crimson. More than 200 people attended. Protesters marched to the Cambridge home of Warren, who is