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Challenging Antisemitism from a Framework of Collective Liberation

Wednesday, September 27, 2023
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Event Type:
Panel Discussion
PARCEO & Haymarket Books
Location Details:
Online panel discussion

Please join PARCEO and Haymarket Books on Wednesday, September 27th at 4 PM PT for the launch of our “Curriculum on Antisemitism from a Framework of Collective Liberation” grounded in a deep commitment to challenging antisemitism and all forms of injustice. The curriculum focuses on the importance of combatting antisemitism as part of our broader struggles for justice.

This new curriculum was created by PARCEO, together with educators, scholars, and activists. The need for educational resources on antisemitism within a pedagogic framework of collective liberation is particularly important for this moment–as rising white nationalist violence targets many of our communities, including Jews, Muslims, Black people, immigrant communities, trans and queer people, among others, and as false charges of antisemitism are directed at seekers of Palestinian justice.

Date & time: Wednesday, September 27 · 4 - 5pm PDT



Welcome by Nina Mehta

Opening/Moderated by Robin DG Kelley

Remarks from Jamil Dakwar, Nyle Fort, Abby Saul, Lesley Williams

Closing by Mark Tseng-Putterman

***Register through Eventbrite to receive a link to the video conference on the day of the event. This event will also be recorded and live captioning will be provided.***


Robin DG Kelley, activist, scholar, writer; Distinguished Professor and Gary B. Nash Endowed Chair in U.S. History at UCLA

Lesley Williams, activist and educator against racism, Islamophobia, and anti-Palestinianism.

Jamil Dakwar, human rights lawyer and chair of Adalah Justice Project’s advisory board

Abby Saul, early childhood educator and social media specialist

Nyle Fort, minister, social justice organizer, scholar; Assistant Professor of African American and African Diaspora Studies, Columbia University

Nina Mehta, community educator and co-director, PARCEO, an education, resource, and research center

Mark Tseng-Putterman, a historian of Asian American community politics, Cold War imperialism, and social movements.


Created in 2011, PARCEO is a resource and education center that partners​ with community groups and institutions seeking to deepen their organizing and educational work;​ develop new initiatives; form principled, meaningful collaborations; and strengthen their internal processes and commitments. Partnering organizations ​focus on a range of inter-connected issues, including educational justice; racial justice; workers’ rights; gender justice; challenging Islamophobia; immigrant rights; health and food justice, and more. PARCEO is rooted in a PAR framework, which builds upon a community’s knowledge, wisdom, and expertise toward sustained community strength and meaningful social change.
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