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How can the movement for Palestinian rights engage with the politics of Native independence in North America and beyond? Read more about The Native American model of Palestine's future
Paul Bronfman, a Canadian film industry bigwig, pulled his donations over a mural depicting Palestinian resilience. Read more about How York University should respond to a Zionist donor's blackmail
How are Palestinians supposed to speak with their gullets compressed by the gun butts of the Israeli army? Read more about A guide to dialoguing with Palestinians
Two new books examine the connections between Black activism in the US and the struggle for Palestine’s freedom. Read more about Malcolm X meets the freedom fighters of Palestine
That Zionists accuse adamant critics of anti-Semitism of themselves being anti-Semitic isn’t a disconnect; it is a vital feature of Zionism. Read more about Liberal Zionism and the ethnonational imperative
Corporate media commentators fret about “political correctness” but ignore censorship of Palestine solidarity activists. Read more about Why is Palestine absent from debate about campus suppression?
Some practical advice on how academics can support Palestinian rights on campus even in the face of Zionist intimidation. Read more about How to practice BDS in academe
In a moving commencement speech, singer John Legend did something nearly unprecedented among celebrity commenters: he urged his audience to humanize Palestinians. Read more about John Legend implores us to love Palestinians
No evaluation of Abe Foxman’s legacy is complete without mention of the harm he committed to Jews and other minorities. Read more about Evaluating Abraham Foxman
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