Filmmakers say it is important to “re-insert the political narrative” back inside discussions about First Nations communities and Palestinian refugees.
The Electronic Intifada Podcast
Dr. Basman Alashi of al-Wafa hospital and Palestinian-Canadian pediatrician Dr. Rand Askalan discuss the immediate and long-term needs of injured, disabled and traumatized children in Gaza.
The issues of the Israeli occupation, mass incarceration and environmental justice “are all connected,” says a student.
Professor Salaita joins a discussion on the portrayal of Palestine in the corporate media during Israeli Apartheid Week events at McGill University.
Lawyers say that there is a “surge of accusations of anti-Semitism against individuals that criticize the Israeli state.”
Two weeks ago, the student government at the University of Toledo muzzled debate on divestment.
Checkpoint scenes modeled on real incidents in the occupied West Bank.
Public support for a statewide campaign to pull investments in Israel bonds is growing.
“A new generation of workers and students is seeing how we’re linked — not only as workers, not only as students, not only as Americans, but as people of conscience to the struggle of Palestinians,” says a student activist.
Reporter Charlotte Silver on the latest prosecution of a Palestinian American leader; members of an African Heritage delegation to Palestine recount their experiences.