How to Not Get Singled Out
|That is why I'm writing you today, to ask you to make a donation to the work of the US Campaign.
brought 100 organizations together to thank Kareem Abdul-Jabbar for canceling a much-publicized visit to Israel,LINK
hosted a conference call attended by dozens of member organizations to discuss the Palestinian Authority's push for membership at the UN, and produced an FAQ on the subject, and
helped organize a grassroots training in DC, with member groups Interfaith Peace-Builders and the American Friends Services Committee, which brought together organizations and young activists from across the country to attend workshops where groups exchange knowledge and skill sets. And just to ensure that others who couldn't make it to DC wouldn't miss out, the US Campaign live-streamed the panels on their website, complete with question-asking opportunities!
A year ago, my Palestinian cousin in Louisiana surprised me, not just with her southern twang but with the news that she keeps up with the movement by reading the US Campaign's Occupation End Notes! Little do most folks know that she's one of more than 50,000 people who receive its biweekly by email!
With plans this and next year to boost the resources they provide and connections they make among member groups, as well as new plans to support individuals pursuing accountability at a local municipal level, your contribution of time or money is evermore important to the US Campaign's future.
Make your contribution today, so that tomorrow our work can remind you that this movement isn't just in your city or your town, it's in hundreds of them across America!
Yours in solidarity,
Steering Committee Member
US Campaign to End the Israeli Occupation