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There are a lot of amazing organisations and groups who are working hard to promote the cause of the Palestinians. LINKS - https://www.meetup.com/The-London-Palestinian-Rights-Meetup-Group/pages/Links/ Our aim is to highlight all their fantastic work and to invite you to all the inspiring events and talks that they hold. We also plan to have talks, videos and discussions to better understand the history and politics of the region and agree on ways we can all help and support the Palestinian people.

Upcoming events (2)

Redbridge PSC Launch

Online event

Dear Friend of Palestine

We are very pleased to be supporting the online launch of a new Palestine Solidarity Campaign branch by our friends in Redbridge, on Monday 26 July at 7pm.

Join speakers, Sam Tarry MP, Ben Jamal (Director, PSC), Phil Marfleet, Diana Neslen and Leanne Mohamad to launch the new branch.

Help to establish this new branch and play a key role in the mass movement for Palestinian rights in the UK.

Your solidarity has never been more vital.

To register - https://bit.ly/RedbridgePSC

In solidarity

Racism isn’t Kosher: Ending anti-Palestinian racism in our community

Register - https://t.co/XrHvFP2SPS?amp=1

Join Na’amod on Wednesday 28 July at 6pm BST for a panel to find out more about anti-Palestinian racism in the Jewish community. Hear from Palestinian voices and experts within our community about what anti-Palestinian racism is, and how we can join in solidarity to end it.

Na’amod is excited to be joined by:

Amjad Iraqi, editor at +972 Magazine
Sana Knaneh, a Palestinian educator with experience working within the Jewish community
Joseph Finlay, an academic at the University of Southampton researching British Jewish 'race relations'
Leah Jordan, rabbi of Liberal Jewish community Kehillah North London
They will be discussing what anti-Palestinian racism looks like – in our community and elsewhere – and what we can do to take action against it.

Whilst there has been much public discussion and debate regarding antisemitism within the anti-occupation movement, the presence of anti-Palestinian racism within discussions about the occupation has been largely overlooked.

Within the media, wider society and our own community, persistent and insidious racist tropes regarding Palestinians have developed. These tend to emerge most prominently whenever the situation in Israel-Palestine deteriorates, but they are always circulating in our newspapers, in our public discourse and around our dinner tables.

Na'amod has assembled a diverse range of expert voices, who will help identify how anti-Palestinian racism manifests and suggest how we can begin to tackle it.

This event is free of charge, but donations to help cover our costs are very much appreciated.

Register - https://t.co/XrHvFP2SPS?amp=1

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