How USCPR Brings the Movement Together
As a strategic convener in the U.S.-based Palestine solidarity movement, the US Campaign for Palestinian Rights helps convene several networks of activists and organizations. These grassroots networks are committed to freedom, justice, and equality for the Palestinian people and work to end U.S. complicity in their oppression. USCPR provides resources and strategic support, channeling grassroots power into positive change in U.S. policy and public opinion.
- Invest in Justice coalition: Invest in Justice is a coalition of multiple organizations working toward Palestinian liberation. The coalition advances national campaigns by creating resource exchanges, trainings, mentorship, and infrastructure for grassroots advocacy as well as national-level narrative and storytelling interventions, which together advance concrete policy wins. The coalition aims to create and pass U.S. policies in Congress to end U.S. military funding to Israel and advance the transformative Freedom Is the Future demands. It bolsters movements to end U.S. investment in militarism and reinvest in community needs. Learn more about Invest in Justice here.
- Demilitarize U.S. to Palestine: Demilitarize U.S. to Palestine is a new national network of individuals and grassroots organizations that seeks to end state violence and police militarization in the U.S. and Palestine. Launched in May 2021, the network brings together national organizations such as USCPR, JVP, FOSNA, Dissenters, the Palestinian Youth Movement, and the BDS National Committee alongside local activists to plan local and regional actions and campaigns. Learn more about Demilitarize here.
- Youth Fellows: Grassroots movements make political change possible. Through USCPR’s Youth Advocacy Fellowship program, we nurture rising leaders and their local campaigns to transform U.S. policy toward justice. Learn more about our national network of dedicated youth organizers and apply to become a youth fellow here.
Want to get involved in a group near you? Check out the Connect with a Local Group page for a list of groups we’re aware of in the U.S.