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Monday, May 14, 2007

Israel, Zionism and Apartheid Event: UCLA May 20th

As part of UCLA Palestine Solidarity Week, and in commemoration of
the 40th anniversary of the Israeli occupation and the 59th anniversary
of Al Nakba, CEIA-SC is proud to announce an educational forum:


Israel, Zionism and Apartheid:
The Case for Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions

Sunday, May 20, 2007 · 10 am until 2:30 pm
Humanities A51 · UCLA

The Consequences of Zionism
The inherent inequalities of the Jewish state
Dr. Zahi Damuni, co-founder of Al-Awda

The Misuse of Anti-Semitism
Making accusations in order to deflect legitimate criticism of Israel
CEIA-SC Members

Lessons from South Africa
Learning from the Anti-Apartheid Movement
Samuel A. Paul, Ph.D.

The Nature of Israel as an Apartheid State
Dr. Laila Al-Marayati, spokesperson and past-president of Muslim Women‘s League, chairperson of Kinder USA, and MPAC board member

University Divestment Campaign
The Muslim Students’ Association-UCLA and Students for Justice in Palestine-UCLA

Presented by CEIA-SC in conjunction with Muslim Students Association-UCLA,
Students for Justice in Palestine-UCLA and Palestinian American Women Association of Southern California.

Endorsers (as of 5/09): American Friends Service Committee, ANSWER Coalition-LA, Islamic Shura Council, Palestine Aid Society, Jan 27 Action Coalition, Council on American-Islamic Relations-LA, Coalition for World Peace, Committee in Solidarity with the People of El Salvador, Global Voices for Justice, Global Women's Strike, Women of Color/Global Women's Strike, Payday Men's Network, The Middle East Fellowship of Southern California, Friends of Sabeel-Southern California, International Socialist Organization, SWANA Collective/Radio Intifada, MEChA de USC, Women in Black-Los Angeles, Office of the Americas, The Committee of Correspondence for Democracy and Socialism-Los Angeles, The International Action Center, Addicted to War, Venice Peace and Freedom Party, Freedom Socialist Party, Students for Justice in Palestine-USC, Foothills Peace Coalition, Radical Women, Muslim Public Affairs Council

Individual Endorsers (as of 5/05; affiliations included for identification purposes only):
Jim Lafferty (National Lawyers Guild), Sally Marr and Peter Dudar (Arlington West Film)

Free admission. Lunch will be offered.
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Photo: Olive trees uprooted to make way for the apartheid wall.

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