A panel discussion on strategies and successes of various social movements
The NLGSF is an endorser of this event
Monday, September 10th at 7 p.m. @ the Eric Quezada Center for Culture and Politics 518 Valencia Street, San Francisco, CA 94110 Between 16th and 17th (closer to 16th) BART stop: 16th Street Mission
The issue of Palestine is a critical struggle for global justice in its own right, and the collaboration between the US, Israel, and other Zionist institutions has profound implications for all of our movements.
Moderator: Nina Farnia, National Lawyers Guild
Jaime Veve: Labor, Puerto Rico Independence & immigrant workers organizer Jimmy Johnson: Decolonize Detroit Loubna Qatami: Palestinian Youth Movement Monami Maulik: Desis Rising Up and Moving Rabab Abdulhadi: Arab and Muslim Ethnicities and Diasporas Initiative Sanyika Bryant: Malcolm X Grassroots Movement Suzanne Adely: Labor Organizer and Al Awda NY
In November 2012, social movements from around the globe will gather in Porto Alegre, Brazil at the World Social Forum Free Palestine.
Join us for a panel discussion with prominent activists from a diverse array of social movements who are working to build a US and Canada delegation that emphasizes the importance of joint struggle.
For more information, see our website: www.ussf2010.org/wsfpalestine