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June 7, 2016
Governor Cuomo, Put Me on Your BDS Blacklist
One day, when the system of imposed inequality ends in Israel-Palestine, our resistance to it will be looked back on as a badge of honor.
May 11, 2016
Gentrification and Occupation at the Brooklyn Museum
“This is our museum. We paid for it. It’s an important part of our community.”
April 1, 2016
South African President Jacob Zuma May Be Forced From Office—Will He Bring the ANC Down With Him?
For the first time since the end of apartheid, South Africans are mobilizing in large numbers across lines of race and class to protest government corruption.
November 24, 2015
Violence, Moral Equivalence, and the End of a Two-State Solution in Israel-Palestine
A slanderous ad in
The New York Times
accusing John Kerry of anti-Semitism could only have drawn its inspiration from the PR skills of Joseph Goebbels.
June 25, 2015
Michael Oren and the End of Liberal Zionism
A former Israeli diplomat lashes out against American liberals, the latest demonstration that the Israeli right—not BDS—is liberal Zionism’s real enemy.
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April 30, 2015
A Flute in Palestine: Making Art in an Apartheid State
In this increasingly confined land, art is a vital escape—if you can get the instruments past the checkpoint.
April 28, 2015
Apartheid Games: Baltimore, Urban America, and Camden Yards
Camden Yards can be seen as a symbol of what ails urban America, and it’s hardly alone.
April 27, 2015
April 27, 1994: South Africa Holds Its First Free Election After the End of Apartheid
"It was as if all South Africans, black, white and “coloreds” alike, were voting for the first time in their lives."
January 7, 2015
Breaking Taboos, BDS Gains Ground Among Academics
The Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement has a long way to go, but recent endorsements show it’s getting somewhere.
October 15, 2014
Acts of Treason
For Rian Malan, seeking atonement doesn’t necessarily mean one will attain it.