This post was updated June 27 at 9:08 p.m.
“All this gnawing at the existence of the colonized tends to make of life something resembling an incomplete death.” – Frantz Fanon, A Dying Colonialism.
In recent days, we, and many other Jewish student leaders on our campus, have seen our campus spaces engulfed in a debate over the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Eleven days of violence. At least 243 Palestinian lives and 13 Israeli lives.
It’s hard to ignore the mass casualties following the most recent crisis in the Middle East.
Hundreds of people gathered near the Wilshire Federal Building on Sunday to support Israel following recent violence in the country and occupied Palestinian territories.
The demonstration followed several others on Wilshire Boulevard throughout the previous week and weekend.
In response to Israeli violence and forced evictions of Palestinians in Palestinian territories, protesters joined the Resistance Until Liberation movement to call for support of Palestinians.
This post was updated May 23 at 5:46 p.m.
Hundreds of demonstrators gathered Tuesday afternoon in front of the Israeli consulate building, protesting Israeli attacks and forced evictions against Palestinians.
Around 100 individuals gathered near the Wilshire Federal Building on Sunday in protest of the recent Israeli-Palestinian conflict, supporting either Israel or Palestinians.
Demonstrators supporting Israel began gathering on the south side of the intersection of Wilshire Boulevard and Veteran Avenue on Sunday afternoon.
Both demonstrators supporting Israel and those supporting Palestine filled the streets of Westwood over the weekend to protest the current conflict between Israel and Palestine.
This post was updated May 16 at 9:40 p.m.
Hundreds gathered near the Wilshire Federal Building on Saturday in protest of Israeli attacks and forced evictions in Palestinian territories.
Protesters carried signs reading “Free Palestine” and shouted chants such as “Long live the intifada” as they marched down Westwood Boulevard toward the 405 Freeway and to Granville Avenue.
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