Take action for Israeli Apartheid Week

Israeli Apartheid Week is an important time for the activist community and on many university and college campuses. Whether you want to learn more, or get involved in a more tangible way, there are literally thousands of great resources out there to help.


If you need a bit of a refresher on the Israeli/Palestinian conflict, check out this great primer on the Boycott, Divestment, Sanctions movement. There’s a ton of great information about the crisis in general, too.


Taking part in the week can be as easy as looking up local events. If you want to get involved in a more major way, consider organizing in one of the ways suggested on apartheidweek.org:  

-Host a film screening

-Arrange a talk, discussion or protest

-Engage in the BDS campaign

-Spread the word on social media

-Come up with your own creative ideas!


Whether you plan to launch a protest or host an informal book discussion with friends, there are tons of resources out there to help you. Check out these Toolkit entries and other guides to help you reach your goals:


Books and films worth discussing

How to organize a march or rally

Making your protest creative using theatre 

Successes in the BDS campaign

How to create an advocacy video


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