Now is the moment of reckoning: one state with perpetual Palestinian subjugation or one state with equal rights. Read more about Will Democrats let Trump and Israel get away with apartheid?
Michigan Democrat has been vague about stance on US military aid to Israel. Read more about Rashida Tlaib dodges questions about pro-Israel endorsement
Is The Onion’s coverage more honest than The New York Times? Read more about Passive media whitewash Israel’s massacre in Gaza
Artists who have engaged with boycott movements give their insight and words of caution. Read more about Critical thinking on cultural boycott
Gaza in Context places Israeli violence in Gaza in broader frame of Palestine. Read more about Film takes aim at media coverage of 2014 Gaza attacks
Commentator Sarah Wildman bans Palestinians from using the term “ethnic cleansing” during a think tank event in Washington. Read more about How liberal Zionists enable Israel’s genocidal ambitions
As campus activists in the US work to build a sustainable movement following the Second National Conference of Students for Justice in Palestine, it’s more important than ever to internalize and build upon the lessons of past efforts. Read more about Palestine activism on campus and beyond: overcoming Israel's efforts to erase history
The Case for Sanctions Against Israel offers background not only for boycott, divestment and sanctions activists, but also for those new to the issue. Read more about Book review: "BDS provides a way to break our collective chains"
The Electronic Intifada’s Ali Abunimah and other Palestinian and solidarity activists, scholars and artists appear in a newly released video from U.S. Boat to Gaza. Read more about Video: "The Audacity To Love" from U.S. Boat to Gaza