Black-Palestinian Solidarity

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This conversation is released with the premiere of the documentary Where Olive Trees Weep, along with 21 days of talks on Palestine with leading historians, spiritual teachers, trauma therapists, poets, artists, and more.

Watch this full video and all 21 days of this collection of talks around Where Olive Trees Weep.

Black activists and scholars come together to shed light on the intersection anti-Black racism, Israeli apartheid, patriarchal oppression and predatory capitalism’s interconnected plunder. This panel models the coalitional power that blossoms when we recognize our kindred liberatory movements. Their dialogue illustrates how the subjugation of any community reverberates as a threat against the collective freedom and wellbeing of all humanity. Their truth disrupts manufactured divisions and nurtures the global, intergenerational solidarities indispensable for our mutual emancipation.

Land for Two Peoples: Beyond Zionism to Peace and Justice (Excerpt)

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This conversation is released with the premiere of the documentary Where Olive Trees Weep, along with 21 days of talks on Palestine with leading historians, spiritual teachers, trauma therapists, poets, artists, and more. Watch this full video and all 21

Palestinian Advocacy

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Tips & Facts for Discussion & Debate from March 2024 (version 2) Read the full article as a PDF from our Where Olive Trees Weep Resources page

#93 Feminine Resistance in Palestine

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Palestinian women's sumud (steadfast perseverance) against the violence of occupation, patriarchy and dehumanization

#92 Gaza & the Bodhisattva Path

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A conversation from the <em>Where Olive Trees Weep</em> premiere on Palestine

Dear Child: Full Short Film

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Written as a letter to a child in Gaza, this film takes the audience on a haunting & realistic journey through Gaza today from a child’s perspective.

#91 Decolonizing Healthcare

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Dr. Rupa Marya discusses her work at the intersection of medicine, health, land, and justice.

Ijapa

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At first the gods pitied the tortoise, known in Yoruba folklore as ‘Ijapa’, when he rudely declared before their divine council that he could know ‘everything’ there was to know about the world

We Must Not Look Away

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We all see the horrific videos of suffering in Gaza

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