Entrepreneur and philanthropist Adam Milstein is recognized as one of the top Jewish businessmen in the country and is known around the world. Recently, he wrote an article for his website to make people aware of the anti-semantic issues that are increasing in society today. Adam Milstein is an international supporter of the Jewish population and has established nine supporting agencies under the umbrella of The Milstein Family Foundation.
“Boots on America’s Campuses” reports that male and female students alike are being discriminated against in all areas of student government both on and off campus. Professionally organized hate groups are formed against the Israeli Jewish population, and they are presenting events and demonstrations that are coordinated across America.
On many university campuses, hate crimes against AEPI Houses and Jewish students are increasing, but not because of a lack of Israeli supports. Pro-Israeli conferences, meetings, and events draw hundreds of thousands of American citizens, and there are millions of Americans who openly support the country of Israel.
Milstein expresses that the real problem has been the absence of a grassroots presence to lead pro-Israel U.S. organizations with courage, motivation, experience, and boots on the ground zeal. Mr. Milstein identifies this shortage as the main area that must be addressed.
Adam Milstein has lived in Los Angeles since 1985 when he moved his family from Haifa, Israel. Milstein desired a better education in the U.S., so he attended the University of Southern California. Immediately after graduating, he and his college friend co-founded a real estate investment firm entitled Hague Pacific Properties.
Shortly after establishing the firm, Milstein began to work within the community by offering his time on the Boards of pro-Jewish organizations including Stand By Me, StandWithUs, Israel on Campus Coalition, Jewish Funders Network, Birthright Israel, Hasbara Fellowships, and the American Israel Public Affairs Committee.
He also co-founded Sifriyat Pijama B’America, which provides books in Hebrew and teaches Jewish values to families within the United States. Milstein reports that Students Supporting Israel or SSI is growing rapidly in campuses as they establish their presence and boots on the ground actions to support the Jewish population.