The US Campaign for Palestinian Rights (USCPR) is a national coalition of hundreds of groups working to advocate for Palestinian rights and a shift in US policy. Founded in 2001 as the US Campaign to End the Israeli Occupation, USCPR has been a leading player in the movement for Palestinian rights in the United States. The coalition is bound by commonly shared principles on Palestine solidarity as well as our anti-racism principles.
As part of a global movement in solidarity with the Palestinian people, we work to stop US support for Israel until it ends its denial of Palestinian rights.
Freedom, justice, and equality for the Palestinian people in a world without racism and oppression.
SOLIDARITY. Our work is impelled by a call for international solidarity and action by the Palestinian people; their voices are centered in our work and the demands of Palestinian civil society guide our priorities. The principle of solidarity also guides our relationships with other struggles for justice.
COLLECTIVE LIBERATION. We undertake our work for freedom, justice, and equality for the Palestinian people with the understanding that all forms of oppression are interconnected and that none can be fought in isolation.
LEADERSHIP. We lead by example, embodying our values, amplifying the work of our partners, and cultivating the leadership of people at the margins in the U.S.-based solidarity movement, to make the change we believe is possible.
ACCOUNTABILITY. We are dedicated to our mission and fulfilling it in a manner that is transparent, fulfills our commitments to our partners, and is grounded in the lived experiences of Palestinian and other marginalized communities.
INTEGRITY. We maintain an unwavering commitment to fulfilling our mission in an ethical and principled manner. We stand up for what is right even— and especially—when it’s not easy.