Never Again For Anyone

Monday, January 31, 2011 - 23:00 to Tuesday, February 1, 2011 - 01:30

 Dr. Hajo Meyer of the Netherlands will address the misuse of the Holocaust to justify Israel’s apartheid policies in “Never Again for Anyone.” Joining Dr. Meyer are Gina Csanyi from the Roma community, Alan Sears of Faculty For Palestine, and Dawud Assad, author and survivor of the Deir Yasin massacre of 1948.

In the face of the on-going ethnic cleansing of Palestine, attacks and prsecution of Muslim and Arab communities in Canada and the U.S., the repression of dissent on campuses, the continued military occupation of Iraq and Afghanistan and the on-going struggles of Black, immigrant, indigenous, queer and disabled communities for their rights, we assert a commitment to collective humanity against the application of "never again" to only a few.

The tour is sponsored by the International Jewish Anti-Zionist Network (IJAN), American Muslims for Palestine and the Middle East Children’s Alliance, and locally in Toronto by IJAN, Toronto and the United Jewish People’s Order.

$10 or pay-what-you-can

Wheelchair accesible via side entrance through parking lot. Childcare available.

Friends House
60 Lowther Avenue Meeting Room
M5R 1C7 Toronto
Canada
43° 40' 13.1772" N, 79° 23' 54.6396" W
CA
IJAN Canada

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