Mista’arvim: Israeli Spies Disguised as Arabs

Imagine yourself as a Palestinian youth. You’re in the Israeli-occupied West Bank among a group of demonstrators, wearing the keffiyeh as a symbol of national pride, protesting against yet another human rights violation perpetrated by Israeli-occupation forces against your community — an act of settler violence, extrajudicial killing, home demolition, or unwarranted arrest. You’re chanting slogans of defiance and throwing stones in the direction of the heavily-armed occupation forces.

The Flowers of Arabic Literature in America

Collector and scholar Dr. Edmund Ghareeb discusses the little known history of Arabic language books published in the United States, including books by early Arab-American women writers and known luminaries like Khalil Gibran Khalil.

Palestine needs freedom, not pipedream cities

“On Sunday, December 8, the American media outlet CBS aired a report on its ’60 Minutes’ segment, which is one of the oldest news programs in America. The topic of this program was about Rawabi, which is described as Palestine’s first planned city, one that could serve as an ‘example’ of what a Palestinian state could look like.”

2019 Annual Conference: Panel II

On Panel II of the annual conference, speakers Dr. Abdel Razzaq Takriti, Grant Smith, Yousef Munayyer, and Lara Friedman discuss Geopolitics, the US Perspective on the Deal, BDS, and the Media & Palestine.

2019 Annual Conference: Panel II

On Panel II of the annual conference, speakers Dr. Abdel Razzaq Takriti, Grant Smith, Yousef Munayyer, and Lara Friedman discuss the topics of geopolitics, BDS, the Media & Palestine, and US perspective on the “Deal of the Century”.

2019 Annual Conference: Panel I

On Panel I of the annual conference Dr. Randa Farah, Dr. Osamah Khalil, Max Blumenthal, and Dr. Elizabeth Campbell discuss  the following topics: liquidating Right of Return, UNRWA, US and Israeli Policies .

Refugees Looking for Home

Palestinian-American poet and environmental scholar Sharif Elmusa, and activist artist Susan Smith present an intersectional multimedia event that includes readings of poetry of and about the refugee experience from different world-regions with an exhibition of recent artwork.