News about popular struggle, international solidarity and boycott, divestment and sanctions (BDS) activism
Two courts have already ruled the lawsuit against the co-op is frivolous; now the Washington state supreme court will weigh in.
Zionist lobby groups oppose visit by veteran revolutionary.
Bay Area-based Palestine solidarity groups mobilize during a weekend of actions devoted to reclaiming Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s radical legacy.
Palestinians were the first to reach out to Ferguson after the police killing of Black teenager Michael Brown.
Israeli activist Amit Gilutz talks about why he and others are urging students to refuse to join the army.
Signatories criticize military occupation and “institutionalized … system of ethnic-based discrimination.”
2014 was a year of victories, challenges and creative resistance for student Palestine solidarity activists in the US.
Following an announcement that Harvard University’s dining services would suspend purchases from a company owned by SodaStream, the president stepped in.
Motion approved by Middle East Studies Association defends right of professors to urge that academic ties with Israel be severed.
UAW Local 2865, representing 13,000 student workers at the University of California, has become the first labor union in the US to join the BDS movement.
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