Hotel Pressured to Cancel, Call Cops on Mental Health in Palestine Event

Hotel Pressured to Cancel, Call Cops on Mental Health in Palestine Event

On May 14, the Roosevelt Hotel in New York City asked members of the USA-Palestine Mental Health Network, a group that educates clinicians on the impact of Israeli human rights abuses on the mental health of Palestinians, to move a symposium on mental health issues in Palestine.

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Lawmakers Reintroduce Federal Bill Aimed at Censoring Palestine Advocacy on Campuses

Lawmakers Reintroduce Federal Bill Aimed at Censoring Palestine Advocacy on Campuses

Yesterday, members of Congress announced the reintroduction of the Anti-Semitism Awareness Act (ASAA), a bill aimed at censoring Palestine advocacy on college campuses by imposing on the U.S. Department of Education (DOE) a widely-criticized and overbroad re-definition of antisemitism that classifies virtually all speech critical of Israel as antisemitic.

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Palestine Legal Calls on Congress to Reject Israel-Aligned Groups’ Interference with Academic Freedom

Palestine Legal Calls on Congress to Reject Israel-Aligned Groups’ Interference with Academic Freedom

For years, rightwing Israel advocacy groups like the Amcha Initiative and the Brandeis Center have attacked Middle East studies programs across the country, using flawed research to mischaracterize them as “biased,” “anti-American,” and “anti-Israel.”

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Rahul Saksena in In These Times

Rahul Saksena in In These Times

“As Gazans risked their lives to protest, what we saw across Israel and the West Bank was an ongoing Nakba.”

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Dima Khalidi in The Birmingham News

Dima Khalidi in The Birmingham News

“The most powerful way to bury a history of oppression is to sever it from the present, to deny that such oppression is in any way connected to the current status quo.”

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70 Years of Nakba Demands a Reckoning

70 Years of Nakba Demands a Reckoning

Palestinians mark 70 years since the start of the Nakba, the catastrophe that began with the forced expulsion of 750,000 Palestinians from their homes in 1948.

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#JusticeDelegation Statement: in Solidarity with Palestine

#JusticeDelegation Statement: in Solidarity with Palestine

We share a statement issued by the #JusticeDelegation, a group of lawyers and activists from the U.S. who recently returned from a trip to Palestine organized by the Center for Constitutional Rights and Interfaith Peace Builders.

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