On a speaking tour in the US to address the incarceration of Palestinian children and the situation of Gaza, Yousef Aljamal sheds light on this serious subject. He is joined by activist Miko Peled.
Phyllis Bennis and Mark Perry analyze the recent Israeli elections and their ramifications on US/Israeli relations. Panel is moderated by Palestine Center Senior Scholar Dr. Edmund Ghareeb.
Dr. Ussama S. Makdisi’s delivers the 2019 Edward Said Memorial Lecture in which he unpacks the 1919 King-Crane Commission in light of its historical context and legacies for U.S. foreign policy regarding Palestine.
Dr. Suheir Daoud discusses the resistance led by Palestinian women citizens of Israel during different phases since Israel’s establishment. She talks about her her recent research on women in the Islamic movement and the challenges they face from within the Palestinian society and from the implications of the recently imposed ‘nation state law’.
Carolyn Karcher, Emily Siegel, Rebecca Vilkomerson, and Ariel Gold present their contributions to this collection of personal narratives, in which forty Jews of diverse backgrounds tell a wide range of stories about the roads they have traveled from a Zionist world view to activism in solidarity with Palestinians and Israelis striving to build an inclusive society founded on justice, equality, and peaceful coexistence.
Rachel Beitarie, Director of the Israeli human rights organization Zochrot, discusses the successes and challenges in transforming Israeli society from within towards acknowledgement of the Palestinian nakba and ethnic cleansing as part of the consequences of the creation of a Jewish-only nation state.
Janna Jihad, the youngest officially registered journalist in the world, talks about the experience of being a child living under Israeli occupation.