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Joel Beinin: ""Making the Connection" - Anti-Apartheid Boycott & Divestment Against Israel
Date Thursday March 05
Time 7:30 PM - 10:00 PM
Location Details
UC Berkeley, Main Campus

101 Wurster Hall -- the highrise Architecture School

(just north of the intersection of College Ave & Bancroft Way,
and just north of the fountain plaza)
Event Type Panel Discussion
Organizer/AuthorStudents for Justice in Palestine, Berkeley
AddressUC Berkeley
UC Berkeley Students for Justice in Palestine -- Israel Apartheid Week Event:

Thursday, March 5, 7:30 PM

"Making the Connection: What was Done and What is to be Done"

Discussing the U.S.-Israeli relationship and the potential for an effective Boycott, Divestment, and Sanction Initiative.


Joel Beinin, Professor of Mideast History at Stanford University

Osamah Khalil, Berkeley PhD candidate and Electronic Intifada journalist

Sydney Levy, Director of Campaigns and Programs at Jewish Voice for Peace

UC Berkeley, Main Campus

101 Wurster Hall -- the Architecture School, highrise concrete building

(near College Ave & Bancroft Way,
just north of the fountain)


SJP would like to invite you all to the events of UC Berkeley's second annual Israeli Apartheid Week THIS COMING WEEK March 2-6, 2009.

There will be a variety of daytime events held on Sproul Plaza throughout the week, please stop by the Sproul Plaza table for more information or if you are interested in participating in any of the events.

Below is the schedule of our nighttime events which can also be found on Facebook at and while you're there checking out the events feel free to join our Facebook group at and invite all your friends!


Friday 3/6, 6PM:

Lipman Room (east side elevator of 8th floor of Barrows Hall,
just off Sproul Plaza, at Telegraph Ave & Bancroft Way)

"Palestine: Strength in Struggle" -- A Celebration

Join us in a celebration of the struggle and resilience of the Palestinian Identity. From food to `oud, and from poetry to stand-up comedy, come see how a besieged people persevere their culture and shrug away their ugly reality.


Thanks for supporting justice in Palestine!

Salaam (Peace),
The SJP Crew

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