Location: Kassar House Foxboro Auditorium
Description: In 1986, Brown University, as a part of an international movement for justice, divested from apartheid South Africa because of policies of systematic racial discrimination, violence, and disenfranchisement. Today we call on Brown to take the same stance in response to Israeli policies against Palestinians in the Occupied Territories.
Join Brown Students for Justice in Palestine for a presentation about what apartheid is, why this term applies to the Israeli Occupation, and what we can do to end our University’s support for companies that facilitate policies intended to deny Palestinians the most basic of human rights.
Want peace? Then fight for justice.