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Following the debut of his most recent work, This Divestment Bill Hurts My Feelings, Palestinian-American writer Remi Kanazi canvasses his experiences as an activist and poet. In the video below, Remi collaborates with Suhel Nafar, director, animator, and co-founder of DAM, to create a powerful case for divestment on university campuses. In a visually stimulating fusion of animation and typography, Remi deconstructs some of the most prevalent talking points against ...Keep Reading »
As I was reseated after walking out on apartheid profiteer Shari Arison, I could not help but reflect on the accomplishments of George Mason University’s Students Against Israeli Apartheid (SAIA) and the relationships I have built along this journey. SAIA has dramatically changed our campus culture since its foundation one year ago. In the fall of 2011,when I had first enrolled at GMU, there was no visible presence of Palestinian solidarity, but only Zionist pride. ...Keep Reading »
Tareq Radi is a Palestinian-American organizer based in Washington, DC and founding member of GMU's Students Against Israeli Apartheid (SAIA). He has a BS in Finance from George Mason University, and hopes to research Palestine's political economy. He has written on anti-normalization and aided the community in distinguishing the differences between co-resisting and co-existing.