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In this powerful conversation, Noura Erakat and Marc Lamont Hill reflect on the historical legacies of the Black - Palestinian solidarity movements, highlighting lessons learned as well as challenges for activists and scholars today.
Noura and Marc served as co-editors of a Journal of Palestine Studies special issue on the topic and their vision was to look at the past, present and future of Black - Palestinian solidarity and identify what new tools, resources, ideas, frameworks, and traditions could be brought to bear on the subject.
This important virtual event delves into how developing effective, reciprocal, and transformative political relationships within African-descent and Palestinian communities around the world, help to chart new directions for future intellectual and political work. They will also address the role of higher education in the Boycott, Divestment, Sanctions (BDS) Movement.
Watch this powerful conversation as we honor the continuing resistance across struggles for freedom, justice, and equality and celebrate the resilience of peoples rising up against oppression.