Why has the Israel-Palestine ‘conflict’ endured for so long, with no resolution in sight? Thomas Suárez will demonstrate that it is neither a religious nor ethnic clash, but the violent takeover of Palestine by Zionism. He will describe the zionist terror campaigns that led to the Israeli state, and argue for a single democratic nation, with equality — and thus peace — for all its people.
Thinking about joining JVP-NYC? Join us for a new member orientation over drinks to get to know one another, learn about our political work, and talk with us about how to plug in with your skills and interests. Whatever your background, we'd love to have you! RSVP here.
Jewish Voice for Peace-NYC and Theater Three Collaborative present I Will Bear Witness:
The Early Years of the Hitler Regime
Palestinian and Jewish human rights lawyers take a look at the Balfour Declaration and its historical context and discuss its ramifications for Palestinians and Jews living in Israel Palestine today. **NOTE NEW LOCATION**
Through riveting and moving personal recollections of both Palestinians and Israelis, 1948: Creation & Catastrophe reveals the shocking events of the most pivotal year in the most controversial conflict in the world.
Join writers Susan Abulhawa and Sarah Schulman, and legal expert Radhika Sainath as they discuss the repression of Palestinian cultural production and the increasingly harsh attempts here in the U.S. to silence criticism of Israeli government policies.
Putting the Deadly Exchange Campaign in the Context of Broader Anti-Policing, Anti-Police Reform and Anti-Prison Work
The goal of this webinar is to help build shared understanding of some of the key concerns and strategy questions about police reform that have been raised by movements doing this work-- understanding that will help JVP chapters working on DE campaigns to engage responsibly and accountably with existing initiatives.
Join us for a special event with Reuven Abergel, founder and former leader of the Israeli Black Panthers. We'll hear about Palestinian and Mizrahi struggles, their connection to Black liberation, and the global struggle for justice. Co-sponsored with JFREJ.
JVP-NYC will host a talk and discussion with Michael Sfard, a leading Israeli human rights lawyer at NYU Law School. The event aims to provide lawyers, law students and activists a sense of wthe current climate in Israel and Palestine and legal strategies that have been effective in the struggle for Palestinian human rights