Take Action: Defend Prof. Rabab Abdulhadi and Palestinian scholarship

The Nakba is not simply a historical tragedy of the past. On the contrary, there is an ongoing Nakba that continues to seek the erasure, elimination and silencing of Palestinian existence and the Palestinian narrative. For example, on campuses across the United States, Palestinian scholars are subject to racist attacks

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New at Mondoweiss: “At Native American prayer camp, Palestinian refugees share stories and build connections”

Amith Gupta, one of the organizers of the North America Nakba Tour, has published a new article at Mondoweiss highlighting the tour’s launch and the exploration of joint indigenous solidarity between Palestinians and the Ramapough Lenape Nation, currently resisting an oil pipeline being built through their traditional territory. Gupta writes:

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Palestine film festival in Connecticut features North America Nakba Tour

This evening, September 19, the 2017 Connecticut Palestinian Film Festival is opening in West Hartford with a live performance of the Urban Thunder Native Drummers and screenings of “My Neighborhood” and “5 Broken Cameras,” all taking place at St. John’s Episcopal Church in West Hartford. (Meanwhile, in Northampton, Massachussetts, the

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