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Black America and Palestine Resources

Black-Palestinian Solidarity
Black-Palestinian solidarity is neither a guarantee nor a requirement- it is a choice. We choose to build with one another in a shoulder to shoulder struggle against state-sanctioned violence. This video is a message to the world as much as it is a commitment among ourselves that we will struggle with and for one another.
Black for Palestine
Over 1,100 Black activists, artists, scholars, students, and organizations signed the 2015 Black Solidarity Statement with Palestine.
Black on Palestine
A delegation of Black activists, writers, academics, and artists visited the occupied Palestinian territories in 2013. This Tumblr highlights their reactions and thoughts about intersectionality of struggles through writings, pictures, and other media.
Words & Images
Poetry and photography by and about Palestinian Americans and Black Americans
Towards a Common Future
Tips and ideas on coalition building and analyses of common issues.
This section contains analysis by the late Edward Said on the need to pay close attention to America’s treatment of the African American people to understand US policy towards the Middle East; a thought-provoking piece by Bill Fletcher Jr. on what Jerusalem and Johannesburg have in common; the Rev. Byron L. Bland’s reflections on whether Israel would talk to a Palestinian Mandela; a report on the African American community in Jerusalem; and sermons by and interviews with Black clergy. Read these and much more here.