Register for Zoom Panel: Equal Rights for All

Zoom Panel on Equal Rights for All:
Resisting Settler Colonialism and
White Nationalism in the United States,
Northern Ireland, and Palestine 

Sunday, April 11 at 2 pm Eastern Time


Speakers will explore the successes and failures of their various liberation campaigns, with the goal of learning from each other and building international solidarity. The panel will include: 

Sponsored by Jewish Voice For Peace - Hudson Valley, Middle East Crisis Response, NYC Veterans For Peace, US Boats to Gaza, and Women in Black - New Paltz.

GUEST: Jen Marlowe, award-winning author, documentary filmmake

 

Activist Radio has the following guest on this week:

GUEST: Jen Marlowe, award-winning author, documentary filmmaker and playwright, talks about her most recent film, "There Is a Field," and how Black actors help audiences understand the links between Black Lives Matter and Palestinian liberation.

https://www.thereisafield.movie

Activist Radio is broadcast: Thursdays 5-6 pm from WVKR 91.3 FM at Vassar College in Poughkeepsie, NY; Sundays 4-5 pm from WIOF 104.1 FM in Woodstock, NY; and Sundays 5-6 pm from the Progressive Radio Network at PRN.FM. It will also be posted on the ClassWars website for the next ten weeks. Simply click on the date to hear it.

https://www.classwars.org



GUEST: Felicia Eaves, long time human rights advocate


Activist Radio has the following guest on this week:

GUEST: Felicia Eaves, long time human rights advocate, co-chair of the US Campaign for Palestinian Rights, and Coordinator for American Muslims for Palestine, talks about her latest series of presentations focused on the longstanding solidarity between Black Lives Matter and Palestinian liberation. 

Activist Radio is broadcast: Thursdays 5-6 pm from WVKR 91.3 FM at Vassar College in Poughkeepsie, NY; Sundays 4-5 pm from WIOF 104.1 FM in Woodstock, NY; and Sundays 5-6 pm from the Progressive Radio Network at PRN.FM. It will also be posted on the ClassWars website for the next ten weeks. Simply click on the date to hear it.

Yalla Y'all | Episode 1 | w/ Prof. Alex Lubin


About Yalla Y'all

After last year’s killing of George Floyd and the much-needed national reckoning with racial injustice and white supremacy which has been sparked by his death, AMP decided to better educate itself and its supporters about anti-Black racism, convening a series of powerful monthly webinars entitled #LetsTalkBLM​.


Building on this webinar series, Felicia Eaves, AMP's Black-Palestinian Solidarity Coordinator, undertook an oral history project of Black and Palestinian activists and allies to better document the long-standing history of solidarity between the two communities and how they have supported each others’ struggles.

Sunday, February 21st at 3pm ET


Jewish Voice for Peace - Westchester 
is proud to present a screening of

THERE IS A FIELD
A FILM BY JEN MARLOWE

www.ThereIsAField.com
Panel discussion to follow
Sunday, February 21st at 3pm ET

A timely new documentary tells the story of Asel Asleh, a 17 year old Palestinian peace activist who was murdered by Israeli police, through the lens of Black Lives Matter activists in the United States. 
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You are invited to watch our Zoom panel

Watch the video here:

Friday, Dec. 4 from 7 to 8:15 pm ET

Zoom panel on "How police and vigilantes operate
to attack and undermine minority groups and
progressive movements in the U.S. and Palestine." 


Speakers will explore how we can support local and national movements in overcoming racism and political repression to achieve basic human rights for all. The panel will include a Kingston, NY BLM activist (Anne Ames), the editor of mondoweiss.net (Philip Weiss), and a radical feminist, revolutionary member of Black Alliance for Peace (Asantewaa Nkrumah-Ture). To register in advance for this Zoom meeting, click on the button above. Sponsored by Jewish Voice For Peace - Hudson Valley, Middle East Crisis Response, NYC Veterans For Peace, US Boats to Gaza, and Women in Black - New Paltz. 

Investigate the charitable status of the Hebron Fund

Palestinian organizations are laying out a series of steps that Biden and Harris can take to start moving towards a platform that will secure Palestinian human rights. The Adalah Justice Project has made the call that “Biden must overturn this Trump executive order punishing campuses for organizing for justice in Palestine.” This is just one example of strategic policy changes that this movement will have to take, because the Israeli government has shown no signs of slowing down its program of settler colonialism.

The Good Shepherd Collective, along with large coalition of Palestinian organizations in Hebron are calling for Letitia James - the New York Attorney General - to investigate the charitable status of the Hebron Fund. The Hebron Fund is a radical Israeli settler organization operating in the old city of Hebron. Settler organizations have long exploited US charitable giving laws in order to finance their operations to displace the indigenous Palestinian communities.