Updates from the palestinian BDS (United States)

In the News

Following its decades-long commitment to “eliminate inequalities, correct injustices,” RLSC votes to support the BDS movement and the boycott of complicit Israeli academic institutions.

In the News

The Episcopal Church of Vermont stood up loudly against Israel’s U.S.-backed oppression of the Palestinians, Nov. 4, as its annual convention, condemning by an 89-25 majority what it said are the Jewish State’s apartheid policies. Similar resolutions will soon be considered by other Episcopal dioceses.

BNC Statement

33 Palestinian civil society groups have issued a statement condemning a proposed deal that would see military funding for apartheid Israel's Iron Dome system approved in exchange for aid for Gaza.

Update

In the aftermath of Ben & Jerry’s decision, Israeli politicians and some U.S. officials are waging a new wave of legal and political warfare against the company to suppress the growing support for Palestinian freedom and to silence anyone who speaks out against Israeli injustice. Take action to uplift the Palestinian call for justice and protect the right to protest.

In the News

The CUNY staff congress that represents 30,000 members across the university system passed a resolution calling out Israel as a settler-colonial and apartheid state, and committing to lead chapter discussions of BDS in Fall 2021.

In the News

Seattle educator and union member Emma Klein says, "Educators and institutions from around the world have come forward, as part of a vibrant and growing international movement in opposition to Israeli colonization and apartheid. We call on others to join us."

Update

From Mexico to France, from Brazil to Canada and beyond, dozens of new spaces join the #ApartheidFreeZones campaign in response to the Palestinian call for mutual support and international solidarity. 

Ending racism, colonialism and apartheid is #InOurHands.