America’s law enforcement authorities are interested in buying Israel’s skunk water. Read more about Will Israel's "whiff from hell" weapon be used to crush US protests?
New attempts to repress boycott, divestment and sanctions movement with legislation civil rights defenders say is unconstitutional. Read more about Illinois law would force state to boycott companies accused of boycotting Israel
Palestine solidarity activists faced down a storm of bigotry and harassment from Zionists at the annual Israel Street Festival in Northern Virginia. Read more about Feeling the hate at an American festival for Israel
“Whether used in South Africa, the US South, or India, boycotts have resulted in a transformative change that not only brought freedom and justice to the victims but also peace and reconciliation for the oppressors.” Read more about Tutu condemns US efforts to curb free speech on Palestine
Divestment resolution at the University of New Mexico gains urgency after police shootings in Albuquerque bring home Israeli military violence in occupied West Bank. Read more about Anti-boycott resolution defeated in Illinois state government
Pro-Israel groups are using court venues around the world in an attempt to stilfe the Palestinian-led boycott campaign, but are having surprisingly mixed results. Read more about Israel's incompetent global campaign of "lawfare"
American Studies Association calling for “immediate” action by the public to oppose bill making its way through Maryland legislature. Read more about Anti-boycott measure slipped into Maryland state budget
The so-called “Protect Academic Freedom Act” would deny federal funding to any institution that participates in a boycott of Israeli universities or scholars. Read more about New US bill to punish academic boycott inspired by Israeli ambassador
New York anti-boycott bill shows that, for some, commitment to Israel overrides traditional American legal protections. Read more about Legislating academic (un)freedom