A Pause in Genocide Is Not Enough: Jewish Voice for Peace Shuts Down the Manhattan Bridge
Amid a pause in Israel’s offensive on Gaza, Jewish Voice for Peace is showing that the movement for Palestine will continue. Civil disobedience must lead to broad protests which bring all sectors of the movement together.
Samuel KarlinNovember 26, 2023
Protestors Disrupt Thanksgiving Parade With One Message: End Genocide, Don’t Celebrate It
This Thanksgiving, pro-Palestine protestors and Indigenous people refuse to allow the whitewashing of past and ongoing genocide.
Emma LeeNovember 23, 2023
Youth in the U.S. Rise Up in Solidarity with Palestine
America's youth are rising up for Palestine, reinvigorating the student movement. Can the tide against the genocide sweep the labor movement?
Jimena VergaraNovember 18, 2023
Protesters in Oakland Blocked Ship Carrying Weapons for Israel
On Friday, protestors at the port of Oakland prevented a ship carrying military weapons to the murderous state of Israel from leaving for hours.
La Izquierda Diario ArgentinaNovember 4, 2023
Tens of Thousands Flood Washington DC to Support Palestine
Perhaps the largest pro-Palestinian protest in U.S history, today’s rally is a sign that the movement for the liberation of the Palestinian people is rapidly growing.
Samuel KarlinNovember 4, 2023
In Berlin, Jews and Palestinians Are Demonstrating Together
This Saturday, Jewish and Palestinian groups are organizing a demonstration against the war.
Nathaniel FlakinNovember 4, 2023
Let This Be an End to the Lie that Anti-Zionism is Antisemitism
Anti-Zionist Jews in the U.S. held a historic action, while Israel launched one of its worst rounds of bombing in their name. The largest act of civil disobedience in NYC in two decades should moralize us all to keep fighting against the war on Gaza and clarify once and for all that fighting Zionism is not antisemitic.
Samuel KarlinOctober 28, 2023
New York Students Will Walk Out for National Day of Action for Palestine
New Yorkers at four different universities are walking out on Wednesday In response to Students for Justice in Palestine’s call for a nationwide day of action.
Olivia WoodOctober 24, 2023
In Ghana, an Important Movement Is Forming Against the IMF
As cost-of-living protests continue throughout the world, Ghana is becoming the site of one of the more dynamic struggles, due to its staunch opposition to the IMF.
Samuel KarlinNovember 11, 2022
When Spanish Miners and Agricultural Workers Staged the First Environmental Protest in History
Many historians trace the first environmental protest back to the late 19th century in Spain. It is a largely forgotten story, but one that resonates today.
Claudia FerriFebruary 20, 2022