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December 15, 2021 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Join us for an evening of poetry, conversation, and shared community. RSVP for this event on Eventbrite.

Come hear from Palestinian and Jewish storytellers who contributed to A Land With A People. Experience the power of anti-Zionism through videos and poetry. Enjoy delicious Palestinian food. Share your own story. And get your own copy of the book. You’ll have ample opportunities to buy signed copies of A Land With A People.


A Land With A People: Palestinians and Jews Confront Zionism elevates the moving stories of secular, Muslim, Christian and LGBQT Palestinians along with Ashkenazi, Mizrahi, Palestinian and LGBQT Jews, who find the courage to face what Zionism has wrought in very personal terms.

Contextualized by a rich historical introduction and timeline charting 150 years of Palestinian and Jewish resistance to Zionism, this collection will stir emotions, provoke fresh thinking, and point to a more hopeful, loving future—one in which Palestine/Israel is seen for what it is in its entirety, as well as for what it can be.

Proof of vaccination and masks will be required.


Regardless of one’s perspective on Palestine, it is impossible to read this book and not be transformed.

—Robin D. G. Kelley, author of Freedom Dreams: The Black Radical Imagination

By seamlessly and passionately weaving history with heartfelt life experiences, and intensely symbolic stories with candid reflections, this collection reveals the real wreck Zionism has created, shattering the mythology that Zionism has always hidden behind.

—Omar Barghouti, Palestinian human rights defender and co-founder of the BDS movement

A Land With A People is a singular contribution to the decades-long effort to forge global solidarities against Israeli settler colonialism. In giving us everyday narratives of Palestinian courage and resilience, alongside accounts of a growing Jewish resistance to Zionism, the book offers a collective story of fierce struggles against racism and apartheid.

—Angela Davis, abolitionist activist-scholar and author of, among other books, Freedom Is a Constant Struggle: Ferguson, Palestine, and the Foundations of a Movement

A community of Palestinians and Jews committed to a future without Jewish Supremacy Ideology, and with Palestinian autonomy. This is a volume of Palestinian voices towards movement building and creation of a joyous future, and Jews listening and then doing the work of changing their self-perceptions and living our responsibilities.

—Sarah Schulman, activist and author of, among other books, Israel/Palestine and the Queer International


December 15, 2021
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
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