The Global Struggle for Palestinian Rights: The Boycott Movement Against Israeli Occupation

Featuring a lecture by Ali Abunimah and a special guest performance by Remi Kanazi followed by Q&A panel discussion

Remi Kanazi is a Palestinian poet and political commentator based in New York. Ali Abunimah is a renowned journalist, author and founder of the Electronic Intifada. They will speak about the growing boycott movement as a peaceful means to pressure Israel to change its policies to comply with international law.

This event is important in light of SJP’s campaign to convince DePaul to boycott its sale of Sabra food products. Come found out why the boycott movement is becoming so significant here on our campuses and all over the world.

Moderated by Miryam Rashid, the Middle East Program for the American Friends Service Committee in Chicago

Tuesday, May 24
@ 7:00pm
DePaul University
McGowan South, Room 108
1110 W. Belden Ave. (near Belden & Clifton)
Chicago, IL 60614

Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=128017203941972

For more information, please contact sjpdepaul@gmail.com

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