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As U.N. Debates Palestinian Statehood, Palestinian People Still Ignored

The Palestinian Authority has set in motion a diplomatic frenzy over its citizens’ right to self-determination. But something obvious remains lost in the maneuvering between the White House, Abbas and Israel: The Palestinian people.

Why We, as Women of Color, Join the Call for Divestment From Israel

On the heels of a controversial new Israeli law challenging boycotts, a group of feminist women of color describe their visit to Palestine and explain their call for divestment.

Images From Behind the Gaza Blockade

Almost 1.5 million people struggle for basic necessities.

The Gaza Blockade is the Real Problem

An Israeli human rights advocate says the flotilla raid is but the latest reason why the siege is as self-defeating as it is inhumane.

Israel, Gaza and the 'Lynching' of Morality

The U.S. conversation about Israeli violence is still bound by false equivalencies and feigned victimhood.