Our mock apartheid wall kicks off a week full of events, starting Monday, March 4th. Join us as we educate the community about the nature of Israel as an apartheid system, through a lecture by Dr. Zahi Damuni, a screening of the documentary “Roadmap to Apartheid”, and of course, our main event- the mock apartheid wall! Click here to check out all the details!
Alicia Keys is scheduled to play to a segregated audience in Israel on July 4, 2013 at Nokia Arena in Tel Aviv. This boycott is “inspired by the struggle of South Africans against apartheid and in the spirit of international solidarity, moral consistency and resistance to injustice and oppression.” Israel is a persistent violator of international law and has failed to respect fundamental human rights. Until Israel ends its occupation and oppression of the people of Palestine we ask you, as a person of conscience and a philanthropist, not to play in Israel. Alicia Keys, please join us now in the cultural boycott of Israel, and help stop entertaining apartheid.
Sign this petition in support of human rights.
Join ASU SJP for a fundraising art auction and dinner, with live entertainment, on Saturday, February 23rd, at the Memorial Union, ASU (Room 202).
In order to continue our work spreading awareness and upholding justice, we need your support. Our expenses include the costs of bringing speakers from out of state, or country, costs of storage of our Wall display, advertising costs, and more. Join us for dinner, provided by Flaming Kebab, and entertainment, including Palestinian dabke, poetry, and singing. In addition, we’ll be auctioning Middle Eastern artwork, antiques, and clothing and selling books on the Israeli Occupation.