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Congressional Briefing: How US Policy Impacts Us

Participants at the Congressional Hearings

Laila El-Haddad, Helena Cobban and Elik Elhanan at the Congressional Briefing.

Join Me in D.C.

I remember the first day of my freshman year of college at DePaul University in Chicago. I walked into the Student Center and saw all kinds of flyers on the walls of our student center. Flyers calling for the boycott of Coca Cola because of its connection to violence in Colombia. A flyer promoting an event for Mexican immigrants’ rights. And of course, a flyer advertising the first meeting of the year for Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP).  I will always remember the images of these flyers; they opened up a whole new world to me of student activism.

Michigan Peace Team on Palestine

Friday, February 25, 2011 - 7:30pm

Srs Martha Larsen and Liz Walter of Michigan Peace Team http://michiganpeaceteam.org/  are long-time peace activists who have served on nonviolence teams in various places, including Palestine.

Contact person:

Megan Felt

515 243-0765

megan.rae.felt@gmail.com 

Israeli-Palestinian Peace Process Explored

Wednesday, February 16, 2011 - 8:00pm

Featuring Ghaith al-Omari and Gilead Sher, with Moderator John Murray 

Israeli Gilead Sher and Palestinian Ghaith al-Omari, both experienced in past Middle East peace negotiations, will analyze current approaches toward resolving this seemingly intractable conflict and offer their insights on possible actions the parties may take during the coming year.

Rebuilding Gaza

With the blockade and resulting crisis in Gaza continuing with no end in sight, the American Friends Service Committee together with the Unitarian Universalist Service Committee and Architecture for Humanity recently released a report urging a major home-repair initiative that will enable Palestinians in Gaza to reclaim their right to live in dignity.

Gaza: Alternative Repair Strategies Report

Below you will find the report "Gaza: Alternative Repair Strategies" prepared by the Unitarian Universalist Service Committee, Architecture for Humanity, and the American Friends Service Committee. 

Youth Create Change in Gaza

“At first I was afraid to go out and meet with others, but afterwards I started to learn more about the Popular Achievement Program. Through the program I was introduced to new people.  [The program] provides youth with an opportunity to get involved with society and become community organizers and leaders.”

Ameera Al-Zobaydi  (16 years old)  Popular Achievement Participant  

 

Campus Organizing Conference Flyer

Click below to download the Campus Organizing Conference Flyer. 

Organize Just Peace

Saturday, March 5, 2011 - 12:00pm - 6:30pm

EDUCATE. MOTIVATE. ADVOCATE.

For Peace and Justice in Israel and Palestine

AFSC Campus Organizing Conference

 

Join Campus Organizers for Educational Panels and Interactive Workshops!

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