This show features voices discussing occupation and resistance. First, we hear from Josh Ruebner, Policy Director for the U.S. Campaign to End Israeli Occupation. Ruebner sits down with Pauly Denetclaw to discusses his new book Shattered Hopes: Obama’s Failure to
It was six o’clock in the morning when I received the call from my grandma. She was sobbing. She asked if I had seen the news. A homeless, unarmed man had been shot and killed by the police.My bed was
March 10th to 15th, 2014 is Israeli Apartheid week at UNM. Members of Students for Justice in Palestine talk about the planned events and why they became involved. International Studies and Economics major Reem Jaber also shares her personal experiences
This is a war against innocent people: men and women who have had their homes destroyed, mothers and fathers who have watched their children die, and three generations of people who have been robbed, displaced, and are living in refugee camps with some of the worst conditions in the world. This is a war against humanity.
Omar Torres shares his thoughts on the Israeli- Palestinian conflict.
SJP Members Danya Mustafa, Will Thompson, Becky Erickson, Julie Jaynes, and Lissie Perkal join Generation Justice to speak about the different events for this week, as well as the importance of the Palestinian movement.
Our very own Jocilyn Tafoya spoke with Becky, Lizzy and Julie about the importance of being conscious of the Israeli Occupation and the power of student activism. Here is an additional interview to the Sunday February 26th radio production of Generation Justice.
Generation Justice and the UNM Student for Justice in Palestine presented a poetry slam event featuring local community activists and Poets. Renowned Palestinian American Activist and poet Remi Kanazi was joined at the event by local activists and poets.
“If you speak out, speak out ethically!” Remi Kanazi eloquently stated at the Night of Poetic Justice. His stern demeanor ingrained that simple statement into my memory. In that moment, the indistinct line between subtle racism, commonly expressed as comedy in the form of stereotypes, and blatant racism had been swept away and clearly redrawn in permanent marker: racism is racism. No loopholes. No exceptions.