November 20, 2018

Grassroots Advocacy & Policy Intern (PAID) Reports to: Policy Director & Government Affairs Associate Semester: Spring 2019 (January-April/May, depending on intern’s…

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Airbnb Commits to Removing Illegal Rentals of Israeli Settlements in the West Bank
November 19, 2018

JOINT PRESS RELEASE WASHINGTON, DC, November 19, 2018—Earlier today, AXIOS reported that after years of controversy, Airbnb will remove all home-sharing…

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Trees for Life
November 2, 2018

The olive harvest in Palestine is one of the most significant cultural and economic activities of the year. Olive trees symbolize... Read More
‘Iconic’ Image of Palestinian Protester in Gaza Goes Viral
October 24, 2018

In their article about photographer Mustafa Hassouna’s now iconic image from the Gaza March of Return, Al-Jazeera quoted tweets from USCPR…

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Israeli Nation-State Law is ‘Apartheid,’ Says Democratic Congresswoman
October 11, 2018

Coverage by The Forward of Rep. Betty McCollum’s groundbreaking speech at USCPR’s 2018 national conference, Together We Rise: A Democratic congresswoman described…

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The Discourse on Palestine Is Shifting. Will Concrete Policy Changes Follow?
October 11, 2018

Coverage by In These Times of USCPR’s 2018 national conference, Together We Rise, and how it demonstrated a profound shift in…

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Palestinians are Trying to Turn Trump’s Love of Israel into Real Influence in Washington
October 10, 2018

Co-founder and former director of USCPR, Nadia Hijab, is quoted in this Buzzfeed News article about the strengthening allegiance of the…

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UM Disciplines Prof over Israel Letter Controversy
October 9, 2018

USCPR Director of Organizing and Advocacy Anna Baltzer is quoted in The Detroit News, in their article about the disciplining of…

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