Palestine As a Queer Struggle
November 6, 2019

co-authored by Nada Elia “You cannot have queer liberation while apartheid, patriarchy, capitalism and other oppressions exist. It’s important to target... Read More
Black-Palestinian Solidarity
November 6, 2019

On August 9, 2014 Mike Brown was shot and killed in Ferguson, MO by a police officer. His murder and the... Read More
Indigenous Struggles from Turtle Island to Palestine
November 6, 2019

The parallels between the United States and Israel run deep. Both countries were founded as European settler colonial outposts, created through... Read More
New Tool Maps Connections Between US, Israeli State Violence in Users’ Community
September 13, 2018

Anna Baltzer, USCPR’s Director of Organizing and Advocacy, is quoted in the Middle East Monitor’s article about the new search engine…

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Joint Statement from Delegation of Palestinian Lawyers, Human Rights Activists, and Artists on Opening of National Memorial to Reckon with History of Lynching and Slavery
April 26, 2018

MONTGOMERY, AL, April 26, 2018 – A delegation of Palestinian lawyers, human rights activists, and artists is traveling to Montgomery, AL this…

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World Without Walls Delegation Statement of Commitment to Joint Struggle with the Palestinian People
March 30, 2018

World Without Walls Delegation Statement of Commitment to Joint Struggle with the Palestinian People In October 2017, a delegation of organizers... Read More
Webinar Invitation: Palestine as a Queer Struggle
March 22, 2018

“You cannot have queer liberation while apartheid, patriarchy, capitalism and other oppressions exist. It’s important to target the connections of these…

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#WorldWithoutWalls: A Global Demand From Palestine to Mexico and Beyond
November 9, 2017

On the Nov. 9 Global Day of Action for a World Without Walls, Common Dreams quotes USCPR Director of Organizing and…

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