The Coalition for Palestinian Rights (CPR)

A Minnesota based Palestinian Solidarity Coalition

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Divestment from Apartheid Israel: An Organizing Conference

Posted by Administrator on April 18, 2007

Saturday April 28th, 1-6pm 

Carlson School of Management

U of MN West Bank 

321 19th Ave S. Mpls

Rooms L110, L114, L118 & L122

How is the current situation in Israel/Palestine similar to that of
apartheid-era South Africa? How is it different? What can the
international community learn from the South African experience to
strengthen and empower the movement for justice and peace for
Palestinians?


Farid Esack is uniquely qualified to speak to those questions.
Veteran of the struggle against Apartheid in South Africa and former
national commissioner on gender equality appointed by President
Nelson Mandela.  He is currently the William Henry Bloomberg Visiting
Professor at Harvard Divinity School.

Join us in a variety of working groups to discuss how labor, campus,
religious, political and Jewish groups can work towards justice for
the Palestinian people.

Sponsored by the Coalition for Palestinian Rights (CPR)

Coalition Groups Include: Al-Aqsa Foundation, American Arab Anti-
Discrimination Committee – Minnesota Chapter, Anti-War Committee,
Arab Community Center, Communist Party-USA, Twin Cities Clubs, Jews
For An End To The Occupation (JFAETTO),  Middle East Peace Now,
National Lawyers Guild – Minnesota Chapter, Women Against Military
Madness, Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom

Contact us at: coalition_for_Palestinian_rights@yahoo.com

 

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