Because the Palestinian struggle is very important to me on a personal level and I know the same is true for you, I knew you’d want to see this.
Maybe you’re unsure how best to use your time and resources in support of the struggle given Israel’s recent war on Gaza. Maybe you’re wondering where the movement is winning and how to support that, or maybe you’re wondering what areas still need a lot of work.
Wouldn’t it be amazing to be a part of a global movement that ends apartheid in Palestine? Something you could look back on and talk to your kids about and say “I wasn’t silent in the face of grave injustice, I fought for what was right and now Palestinians are free people.”
Would you like to tap into the minds of prominent leaders, activists and scholars like Diana Buttu, Haneen Zoabi, Ahmed Kathrada, Susan Abulhawa, Miko Peled, Remi Kanazi, Richard Falk, Hatem Bazian and 13 others who have dedicated their lives to supporting Palestinian freedom and justice? We’ll be discussing what the struggle needs most from people like you. Some of the answers will really surprise you.
Would you kindly share this with your friends and anyone else you know that would want to hear about how we can harness the support of individuals like you and turn that effort into action that ends apartheid in Palestine?
Huge shifts are happening in the struggle for Palestinian self-determination. If you’re looking for new ideas on how to support the struggle, I invite you to join the Palestine Solidarity Telesummit.
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