palestine

Angela Davis on Palestine and the Prison Industrial Complex

If you’ve got an extra half hour to spare, it’s worth listening as Davis makes the connections between the violence in Gaza and the struggle for racial justice.

The Israel Lobby Finds a New Face: Black College Students

Supporters of Palestinian rights have charged that Israel is an apartheid state. In response, the country’s staunchest U.S. lobby group is recruiting black college students to say there’s no way Israel can be racist.

Tempers Flare Over Cancellation of Palestinian Youth Art Exhibit

Nearly one hundred Bay Area residents held a demonstration last Friday to speak out against what they called the censorship of the children’s artwork.

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.

Alice Walker Doesn't Mince Words in Challenging Israeli Blockade of Gaza

The Pulitzer Prize-winning author is set to sail to Gaza, and compares the treatment of Palestinians to her own childhood in the American South.

Reviving Resistance in Palestine

“We want to be free. We want to be able to live a normal life. We want peace. Is that too much to ask?” It depends on who you ask.

Palestinian Youth Channel an Old Struggle Through New Media

Global Justice columnist Michelle Chen explores the future of resistance, on and offline, with her students in the occupied territories.