Student Outreach Form

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The US Campaign to End the Israeli Occupation wants to strengthen the national network of students working on our issues.

We are Americans working to support human rights and international law in Israel and Palestine through education and action.

In 2005, Palestinian civil society called for the world to apply boycott, divestment and sanctions against Israel until it upheld international law. The US Campaign Assembly has answered this call by adopting a divestment campaign to stop Caterpillar from selling its bulldozers to the Israeli military. We have also recently launched a boycott campaign against Motorola for their material support of the occupation. Student boycott and divestment campaigns were a critical part of the nonviolent struggle for freedom from apartheid in South Africa, and today students in our network are continuing that legacy.  While, we are a far way from implementing U.S. sanctions against Israel we are pressing the U.S. government to cut military aid to Israel until it is in compliance with international human rights law.

Last November, we sponsoring Separate Is Never Equal: Stories of Apartheid from South Africa and Palestine, a speaking tour featuring international human rights advocates talking about the depth of ethnic segregation in Israel and Palestine - and nonviolent solutions. This tour stopped at 11 universities around the country.  We hope to have a DVD from this tour and other resources available for a month of house parties this spring.

We also work to bridge the cultural divide between Americans and Israelis and Palestinians. Our Expressions of Nakba art exhibit is traveling the country educating people on the pain of dispossession, so far this exhibit has been to Harvard University and Boston College, and it's on it's way to the College of William and Mary and Le Moyne College in Syracuse, NY. We use the power of music to educate about the root issues of the conflict like ethnic segregation by supporting events like screenings of Slingshot Hip Hop and Occupation 101.

Whether your organization is already doing Palestine-related work or you are interested in becoming more connected and involved, we want to hear from you. We already have some great programs going, but we need your advice what can we do to support your local work and help you network with other activists across the country?

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