Help us and CodePink, at a "Mad Hatter's Tea Party" on the National Mall, to spread our simple message that Middle East peace can only be achieved by respecting human rights, international law, and UN resolutions.
We're honored to be named as one of ADL's top ten most effective organizations. Read more and find out how you can "thank" the ADL for its recognition of our efforts.
Read about the latest developments in U.S. policy on Israeli-Palestinian negotiations, and find out how to take action to make sure that negotiations support human rights, international law, and UN resolutions.
View a video and pictures of our presence at the One Nation rally and find out how you can get involved in helping us to continue being an integral part of our country's movement for justice and peace. Help us keep the momentum going from October 2!
Read a letter to Pete Seeger, signed by the US Campaign and dozens of other organizations across the world supporting cultural and academic boycott campaigns against Israel, asking him to cancel an upcoming concert.
Apply for a fall internship with the US Campaign. Applicants will be accepted on an ongoing basis until the positions are filled.
Learn about exciting new additions to the US Campaign's staff and work, and how you can support our efforts.
Watch videos, read the conference report and other important documents from our recent annual national organizers' conference.
Today marks the 5th anniversary of the 2005 Palsetinian Civil Society Call for Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions (BDS)--and the US Campaign is celebrating by launching the first batch of resources for our new Occupation Free Faith Communities Network. The US Campaign has been a proud endorser of the BDS Call since it was released, and now we're hoping to expand our BDS organizing in faith communities.
As Israel's illegal military occupation of the Palestinian West Bank, East Jerusalem, and Gaza Strip enters its 43rd year, find out what you can do to support the efforts of the US Campaign to End the Israeli Occupation.
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Tristan Anderson, a U.S. citizen, was critically injured when the Israeli military shot him in the forehead with a high-velocity tear gas canister. Learn more about his case and how you can support a U.S. investigation into Tristan's shooting.
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