Cincinnati Palestine Solidarity Coalition: Upcoming Events. Unfortunately there are no events to announce right now (30 January 2017).
The Cincinnati Palestine Solidarity Coalition is a group worth following, now you can do that right here on billziegler1947. CPSC is speaking with a peaceful voice, in solidarity with everyone who finds hope in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights affirmed in 1948: proclaimed in the same year as the Nakba.
A good starting point is the CPSC Facebook page, it’s worth visiting even if you are not anywhere near the southwest corner of Ohio. And here is a shout-out of appreciation to readers every continent: 53 countries in 2016 so far. The idea is to make ideas available and not to impose them upon people.
(Already happened) March 20 (Sunday) Support Palestine: Protest AIPAC
A protest timed to coincide with a large AIPAC conference in Washington DC. CSPC is participating with a contingent. Timing is also critical since AIPAC can no longer depend on an automatic lockstep bipartisan support of Israel, dependable as clockwork.
Why Peter F. Cohen is Going to DC on March 20. On Mondoweiss.
(Already happened) March 29 (Tuesday) A teach-in on Rasmea Odeh takes place March 29. Details to follow. Here is a picture of Rasmea marching for another people who share her experience. In solidarity.
(Already happened) March 31 (Thursday) The fifth of five teach-ins is on March 31 at the Clifton Mosque. The theme: economic and military ties between the U.S. and Israel.
When I see THEM I see US
May 14 (SATURDAY) North America Nakba Tour.
CPSC Facebook Event Page has up-to-date information.
I also have a post on the NAKBA Tour on billziegler1947
This group is including Cincinnati on its itinerary. From their website:
“Mariam, now 85 years old and respectfully known as Umm Akram, has spent the last 68 years in crowded, makeshift refugee camps in Lebanon. She has raised three generations in the same camps, all waiting to return to their home in Palestine. She has lived through five Israeli invasions of Lebanon, as well as the 1976 Tel al-Zaatar camp massacre that killed more than 2000 of the refugees there.”
May 18 (WEDNESDAY) Jeff Halper Presentation
Following are the latest Details from the Cincinnati Palestine Solidarity Coalition
Halper is well known internationally for his ardent work on the difficult but important task of stopping home demolitions in the occupied territories. Synchronicity is best enjoyed when unexpected, we both graduated from college in the same year: 1969.