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Wed Mar 10 2010 (Updated 03/11/10)
The Sixth Annual Israeli Apartheid Week 2010
Wed Mar 10 2010 (Updated 03/11/10)
Solidarity in Action: Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions
The 6th International Israeli Apartheid Week (IAW) is taking place across the globe from from March 1st to the 14th. Since it was first launched in 2005, IAW has grown to become one of the most important global events in the Palestine solidarity calendar. Last year, more than 40 cities around the world participated in the week's activities, which took place in the wake of Israel's brutal assault against Palestinians in the Gaza Strip. IAW continues to grow with new cities joining this year.

IAW 2010 takes place following a year of successes for the Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions (BDS) movement on the global level. Lectures, films, and actions will highlight some of theses successes along with the many injustices that continue to make BDS crucial in the battle to end Israeli Apartheid. Read more

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