Israel's ban on Tlaib and Omar exposes larger attacks on advocates for Palestinian rights

Israel's ban on Tlaib and Omar exposes larger attacks on advocates for Palestinian rights

The attack on Omar and Tlaib puts a spotlight on efforts to suppress advocacy for Palestinian rights, which have impacted thousands of activists around the country. While this story holds our national attention, we must continue to fight to ensure that human rights defenders can raise their voices for marginalized people in Palestine and around the world.

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Angela Davis Is the Latest Target of Systemic Suppression

Angela Davis Is the Latest Target of Systemic Suppression

The latest incident in a well-documented nationwide campaign to censor and punish critics of Israel.

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Meritless Lawsuit Filed Against Airbnb Over Boycott

Meritless Lawsuit Filed Against Airbnb Over Boycott

Airbnb has every right to decline to list rental properties in Jewish-only settlements built on stolen Palestinian land

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University of Michigan Unconstitutionally Punishes Professor Over Boycott

University of Michigan Unconstitutionally Punishes Professor Over Boycott

Two instructors at the University of Michigan have declined to write recommendations for students to study abroad at Israeli academic institutions that discriminate against Palestinian students.

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Univ. of Michigan Professor Cheney-Lippold Receives Death Threats Over Boycott

Univ. of Michigan Professor Cheney-Lippold Receives Death Threats Over Boycott

University of Michigan professor John Cheney-Lippold received death threats after he told a student he would be unable to write her a recommendation letter for a study abroad program in Israel because he supports the academic boycott for Palestinian rights.

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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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