CAT Campaign in your area
Los Angeles: I-Witness Palestine
I-Witness Palestine is a Southern California based group working in solidarity with the Palestinian people through education, action and supporting people traveling to Palestine to witness the conflict for themselves.
Contact: Garrick Ruiz . firstname.lastname@example.org 213-926-2960
Oakland: ISM Northern California
03/16/2007 : 4th Annual Rachel Corrie Memorial - 7:00 PM at Berkeley Fellowship Unitarian Universalists, on the corner of Cedar & Bonita. Donation of $10-$20. A benefit for the International Solidarity Movement with music by Georges Lammam Ensemble, and presentations by Huwaida Arraf & Francesco Herrera.
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Washington: BAN CAT DC
Working on approaching Churches to encourage them to pass resolutions to divest from CAT and other corporations investing in Israel.
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Peoria: Peoria Area Peace Network
Working with the Stop CAT Coalition to hold CAT accountable for its complicity in human rights violations in the Occupied Palestinian Territories.
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Boston: BootCAT Northeast
The BootCAT campaign seeks to stop the Caterpillar Corporation from selling bulldozers to Israel that are used to illegally destroy Palestinian homes and agricultural land. BootCAT often organizes peaceful protests outside the gates of Milton CAT, the largest CAT dealership in the Northeast, demanding that the Caterpillar Corporation live up to its Worldwide Code of Business Conduct and stop selling Israel bulldozers that it uses to destroy homes and lives.
Contact: Sherif Fam . firstname.lastname@example.org 617-491-2313
Detroit: Detroit Metro CAT Committee
Coalition of organizations in the Detroit-Metro area targeting CAT for its bulldozer sales to Israel in contravention of international humanitarian and human rights laws in Palestine and Israel Proper.
Contact: Kim Radigan . email@example.com 313.520.7465
Organizer in the mid-west. Available to speak, strategize, and mobilize.
Contact: Joe Carr . firstname.lastname@example.org
Kansas City: Citizens for Justice in the Middle East
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Hopkinton: Palestinian Education Network
Contact: Vivian Bingham . firstname.lastname@example.org 603-743-3774
Albany: Palestinian Rights Committtee of the Capital District
03/16/2007: A Peace Vigil was held in memory of Rachel Corrie. The vigil was followed by a viewing of the film, "Rachel: An American Conscience."
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Stop US Tax Aid to Israel-Portland chapter leading the CAT Campaign locally.
Contact: Rachel McCarthy . firstname.lastname@example.org
Stop US Tax Aid to Israel-Philadelphia chapter leading the CAT Campaign locally.
Contact: Kate Zaidan . email@example.com 215-563-7110
Seattle: Palestine Solidarity Committee
Palestine Solidarity Committee believes in equality and human rights for all in Palestine and Israel. They seek to change U.S. mid east policy to reflect this goal. 3/16/2007 Seattle: In observation of the fourth anniversary of Rachel Corrie's death, the Theatersquad and Palestine Solidarity Committee-Seattle presented public readings of passages from Rachel Corrie’s writings outdoors in downtown Seattle in and around Westlake Plaza. This year's event included theatrical masks and props as well as music by local celebrity Jim Page and others. The event was co-sponsored by Jewish Voice for Peace/Puget Sound and the Seattle International Human Rights Coalition. A viewing of THE IRON WALL was held in Bellevue that night, followed by discussion.
Contact: Edward Mast . Edwardmast@aol.com
Madison: Madison-Rafah Sister City Project
The Madison-Rafah Sister City Project was started in 2003 by a group of concerned citizens in Madison, Wisconsin and Rafah, Palestine. The goals of the project are to build wider public awareness of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, and lasting person-to-person relationships benefiting both cities. 3/16/2007: Letters were sent to the WISCONSIN STATE JOURNAL several days before 3/16 to commemorate Rachel Corrie - focusing on her life and death, remembering her passing and remembering exactly for what she was fighting. No articles appeared in the newspaper, but important efforts at drawing attention to the anniversary were made by people in the community.
Contact: Mark Cohen .