Tuesday, February 28, 2017

PEN cuts off all Israeli government funding

Happy to announce that the Writers' Organization: PEN has decided to go forward with NO Israeli government funding for the first time. Thank you to all the organizers and my fellow writers and PEN members who stood up for human rights.


Susan Abulhawa, Ammiel Alcalay, Meena Alexander, Nicole Aragi, Moustafa BayoumiMax BlumenthalKen ChenKia Corthron, Bill Klegg, Eisa Davis, Angela Davis, Roxanne Dunbar-OrtizElana DykewomonBen Ehrenreich, Louise Erdrich, Carolyn ForchéLaura Flanders, Richard Ford, Ru FreemanJoshua Furst, Molly Crabapple, Ashley Dawson, Junot Diaz,Tonya M. Foster, Marilyn Hacker, Jessica Hagedorn, Barbara Hammer, Randa Jarrar, Remi KanaziNancy KricorianCasey LlewellynKaren MalpedeEileen MylesJoan NestleViet NguyenPratibha ParmarDale PeckVijay Prashad, Claudia Rankine, Colin RobinsonTrish Salah, Luc Sante, Dean Spade, Madeleine Thien, Alice Walker, Naomi Wallace,Jacqueline Woodson and many others.


Saturday, February 18, 2017

HP Enables Apartheid at the Hudson Valley Mall

HP companies provide the electronic biometric ID cards used at Israel’s discriminatory checkpoints inside the segregated West Bank to restrict the movements of Palestinians based on their religion and ethnicity. HP companies also provide technology for illegal settlements occupying Palestinian land, for the Israeli Ministry of Defense, and for the Israeli Navy to enforce the devastating blockade of the Gaza Strip.

South African Nobel laureate Archbishop Desmond Tutu wrote, "I have been to the Occupied Palestinian Territory, and I have witnessed the racially segregated roads and housing that reminded me so much of the conditions we experienced in South Africa under the racist system of Apartheid.”

Wednesday, February 8, 2017

All the Walls Have Got To Go!


ِNew York City Students for Justice in Palestine lends its full support to the Immigrant Rally against Deportations, Incarceration, and the "Broken Windows" Policy. Please join us at the rally, hosted by ICE-FREE-NY:


We're calling for a citywide rally on Saturday, February 11th to challenge the criminalization of immigrants under the NYPD’s current Broken Windows policy, before it worsens under Trump’s far-right administration.

We demand NYC to:

We are #HereToStay y #NoNosVamos!

Hosted By:
Coalition To End Broken Windows
Families for Freedom
Black Alliance for Just Immigration
Equality for Flatbush : E4F
Answer Coalition
La Peña del Bronx
El Grito De Sunset Park
Why Accountability
War Resisters League
UnLocal, Inc.
Mi Casa No Es Su Casa: Illumination Against Gentrification

Press Conference on Thurs, Feb 2nd. at 12:15PM
Outside City Hall (Broadway entrance)

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