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SJP at UC Berkeley
The following interview is part of a series of long-form interviews with chapters of Students for Justice in Palestine. The aim is to create a space for chapters to articulate their political perspectives and experiences on campus organizing, as part of a broader project to create a public archive of post-2000 organizing. The introduction to the series and other interviews are here. Q: Can you describe quickly your chapter’s activities over the past year or two? What ...Keep Reading »
Students for Justice in Palestine at UC Berkeley is a group of students, faculty, and community members working together at the University of California, Berkeley, in solidarity with the struggle of the indigenous Palestinian people against apartheid and occupation.
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