USCPR Statement on Gender Justice
March 8, 2018

In recent months, courageous survivors have reminded the world that gender-based violence is endemic at every level of society here in…

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US Campaign for Palestinian Rights Welcomes Federal District Court Decision Supporting Right to Boycott
January 30, 2018

WASHINGTON, DC, January 30, 2018 – The US Campaign for Palestinian Rights welcomes a Federal District Court preliminary injunction halting a Kansas…

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New Orleans City Council Rescinds Universal Human Rights Resolution Due to Backlash Over Inclusion of Palestinians
January 25, 2018

WASHINGTON, DC, January 25, 2018 – Today, the New Orleans City Council rescinded a universal human rights resolution, R-18-5, under intense pressure…

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USCPR Statement on Israeli Blacklist of Palestinian Rights Organizations
January 7, 2018

WASHINGTON, DC, January 7, 2018 – Today, the US Campaign for Palestinian Rights (USCPR) learned through media reports that it, along with…

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USCPR Statement on Trump’s Recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s Capital
December 5, 2017

WASHINGTON, DC, December 5, 2017 – The US Campaign for Palestinian Rights (USCPR), a national coalition of hundreds of groups working for…

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USCPR Welcomes Introduction of Bill Supporting Palestinian Children’s Human Rights
November 14, 2017

WASHINGTON, DC, November 14, 2017 – The US Campaign for Palestinian Rights welcomes the introduction of the Promoting Human Rights by…

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USCPR Welcomes ACLU Lawsuit Challenging Unconstitutional Anti-BDS Law
October 11, 2017

WASHINGTON, DC, October 11, 2017 – The US Campaign for Palestinian Rights welcomes the American Civil Liberties Union’s landmark lawsuit, filed…

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Latinx and Indigenous Activists Against the US/Mexico Border Wall Visit Palestine to Build Connections with Palestinians for a World Without Walls
October 10, 2017

WASHINGTON, DC, October 9, 2017 – On the occasion of Indigenous People’s Day, a delegation of leaders in the movement against the…

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