The Civil Society and the Question of Palestine

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16 September 2015

North America

  • On 23 September the Watson Institute, Brown University will present the award-winning Palestinian documentary “The Wanted 18” The documentary tells the story of 18 dairy cows in the town of Beit Sahour, in the Occupied Palestinian Territories, which were declared a threat to the security of the State of Israel after a group of Palestinians begin producing milk for the town’s residents. “The Wanted 18” shows the power of mass mobilization and nonviolent resistance during the First Intifada.
  • On 25-27 September the US Campaign to end Israel Occupation will be holding its 14th annual conference “Advancing a Mass Movement for Palestine” in Atlanta. The conference will offer several workshops, photo exhibitions, and film screenings.
  • On 7 October, the Middle East Children’s Alliance will present award-winning journalist and scholar Vijay Prashad, who will discuss his book “Letters to Palestine: Writers Respond to War and Occupation”.


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