|Victory! Mohammad Othman and Jamal Juma' Released--Take Action to Free Abdallah Abu Rahmah|
January 6th, 2010
Palestinian anti-apartheid activists and BDS campaigners Jamal Juma' and Mohammad Othman have been released after a successful campaign of international civil society pressure on Israel! However, Abdallah Abu Rahmah, a leader of nonviolent protests in the village of Bil'in, along with many others, remain unjustly imprisoned by the Israeli military. Take action to get the United States to demand the release of Palestinian leaders of grassroots nonviolent resistance against Israeli occupation and apartheid.
|Take Action Against Settler Violence in Hebron|
There are several ways to stand against settlement growth, including targeting corporations that profit from settlement expansion and asking the NY Mets to cancel the Hebron Fund's annual NYC fundraising dinner.
|Tear Down the Wall!|
November 9th, 2009
Today is the 20th annivesary of the fall of the Berlin Wall - Take Action to bring Israel's apartheid wall down too!
|Take Action: Remember Rachel Corrie, Vigil for Tristan Anderson|
March 16th, 2009
On March 13, 2009, U.S. citizen Tristan Anderson was critically injured when he was shot in the head by a high-velocity tear gas canister fired by the Israeli army. Organizations and individuals have planned vigils and actions today to commemorate Rachel Corrie. Join these events and call for justice and accountability for all innocent victims of Israeli occupation.
|Israeli Apartheid Week|
Find out how to get involved with the 6th Annual Israeli Apartheid Week. This week of action kicks off our March Month of Action, which includes a Campus BDS Training Day, Grassroots Advocacy Training and Lobby Day, Rachel Corrie Remembrance Day, and Land Day.
|Take Action in Rachel Corrie's Memory|
March 12th, 2009
Find out more about the life of U.S. peace activist, Rachel Corrie who was killed by the Israeli military while nonviolently trying to prevent home demolitions in the Gaza Strip. Take action to continue Rachel's work.