Posts tagged activism
PALESTINIAN RIGHTS AND FREEDOM FROM IMPRISONMENT

Washington, DC I Adalah Justice Project

Eyewitness Palestine delegation leader Noura E. teamed up with Adalah Justice Project Acting director and delegate Sandra T. at Capitol Hill to discuss Palestinian rights and freedoms and push the legislation of "No way to treat a child", to end the arrests of Palestinian children.

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THE STRUGGLE FOR PALESTINIAN RIGHTS: REVISITING US POLICY AND INTERNATIONAL LAWa

Washington, DC I Middle East Institute

Eyewitness Palestine delegation leader Noura E. was part of a book talk at the Middle East Institute last week, showcasing Khaled Elgindy’s book “ Blind Spot: America and the Palestinians, from Balfour to Trump”.

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FROM DC TO PALESTINE: STATE VIOLENCE, THE LAW & HOW WE RESIST

Washington, DC I JVP DC Metro

Eyewitness Palestine delegation leader Noura E. and Justice Delegation Member Justin H. will be speaking at the "From DC to Palestine: State violence, the law & how we resist" in Washington DC.

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FOSNA PROPHETIC ACTION

Twin Cities, MN I Prophetic Action

Eyewitness Palestine delegate delegates Lara Kiswani and Sandra Tamari and many others will be part of the Friends of Sabeel North America FOSNA PropheticAction in the Twin Cities, ahead of the US Campaign for Palestinian Rights Conference.

Register here: https://www.fosna.org/event/prophetic-action-christians-convening-palestine

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EP CO-HOST OF MY NAME IS RACHEL CORRIE

San Francisco I American Conservatory Theater SF Costume Shop

Eyewitness Palestine is co-hosting a talkback after ACT's My Name is Rachel Corrie, this Satruday August 18th in SF. Ashley Malloy revives her award winning national tour of the one person show, My Name is Rachel Corrie, edited from Rachel's emails and journal entries by the late Alan Rickman and editor in chief of The Guardian, Katherine Viner.

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Palestine Teach-In

Philadelphia, PA I Uncle Bobbie's Coffee & Books Palestine Teach-In

Eyewitness Palestine delegation leaders Ahmad Abuznaid and Noura Erakat spoke on panels at Uncle Bobbie's Coffee & Books in Philadelphia. The coffee shop is hosting a teach-in on Palestine and the pop-up exhibit “Movements of Oppression, Solidarity and Hope” curated by delegate Tracey Rogers.

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2018 NATIONAL CONFERENCE FOR COLLEGE WOMEN STUDENT LEADERS

College Park, MD I National Conference for College Women Student Leaders

Eyewitness Palestine delegate Brittany Oliver serves as a steering committee member of the 2018 National Conference for College Women Student Leaders.

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TODAY, WE HAVE A CHANCE TO RESIST A MODERN POLAROID

Cambridge, Massachusetts I Cambridge Day

Eyewitness Palestine delegates William Ruhm and Elizabeth Rucker speak up at a Massachusetts Against Hewlett-Packard organizing event in Cambridge.

“Today, we have a chance to resist a modern Polaroid…

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IT'S WHAT WE DO, NOW OUT ON DVD

Worldwide I Its What We Do , A Play

Eyewitness Palestine delegate Pamela Nice’s play, “It’s What We Do” has launched its video production online and on DVD.

After twice performing in the Capital Fringe Festival and winning Best Drama in the Fringe Audience Awards in both 2015 and 2017, they are excited to take the play to audiences worldwide!

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RESISTING STATE VIOLENCE: LESSONS ON LIBERATION AND ABOLITION

Washington DC I America's Islamic Heritage Museum

Eyewitness Palestine delegates, Brittany Oliver and E&A Coordinator Nadya Tannous spoke on a larger panel, including speakers like Sahar Francis of Addameer, titled “Resisting State Violence: Lessons on Liberation and Abolition”.

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