Coverage and perspectives from the URL Network on the humanitarian crisis unfolding in the Middle East—and its fallout in the U.S. and around the globe—in the wake of Israel’s campaign against Gaza following an Oct. 7, 2023 attack in the country by Hamas militants.
Palestinian and Arab activists for Palestinian human rights see the attacks as an extension of the ongoing genocide in Gaza Palestinian activists on Vermont shootings: Blank check for killing has to end is a story from Prism, a BIPOC-led nonprofit news outlet that centers the people, places, and issues currently underreported by national media. Please…
Michael Coard, host of WURD’s Radio Courtroom, interviews Dr. Marc Lamont Hill about the situation in Israel and Gaza. Tune in to WURD Radio on Tuesday and Wednesday, Oct. 24-25 from 4 to 7 p.m., and Thursday, Oct. 26 from 4 to 6 p.m., when Nick Taliaferro will host a three-day series on the conflict.
Malcolm X’s Vital Lesson About Our Relationship With Palestine mina Wed, 11/29/2023 – 17:35 Zain Murdock Tags history
Amid fear, threats to funding cuts, and attempts to silence immigrant justice advocates, they band together to speak against Israel-Hamas war The post Despite Defunding Threats, Immigrant Rights Advocates Speak Out Against Israel-Hamas War appeared first on Documented.
In this as-told-to with Prism, a Palestinian mother says that all parents have a responsibility to talk to their kids about the genocide in Gaza ‘You cannot have 10,000 dead Palestinians and not say anything’ is a story from Prism, a BIPOC-led nonprofit news outlet that centers the people, places, and issues currently underreported by…
The lawsuit seeks to stop U.S. aid to Israel for its continued assault on Gaza Palestinians sue Biden admin for failure to stop genocide in Gaza is a story from Prism, a BIPOC-led nonprofit news outlet that centers the people, places, and issues currently underreported by national media. Please consider making a tax-deductible donation to…
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We asked our newsletter audience whether the U.S. should continue to publicly support Israel in the ongoing Israel-Palestinian crisis and more than 70% of respondents said no.
Nationally, 53% of Democrats, 55% of independents, and 43% of Republicans oppose sending weapons and supplies to Israel, according to a CNN/YouGov poll. In terms of sympathies for the plight of those living in the region, 65% of poll respondents expressed sympathy for Palestinian people and 84% expressed sympathy for the people of Israel.
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