As Cornell Students for Justice in Palestine, we support the Ithaca Food Justice Campaign for Palestine’s call on boycott, divestment and sanctions (BDS) against Israeli products. In solidarity, we support […]
On Thursday, March 12, Palestinian activist Rasmea Odeh was sentenced to 18 months in prison followed by immediate deportation to Jordan. She is also having her American citizenship revoked. Odeh […]
Thursday, November 13th 5:30 PM 253 Malott Hall, Ithaca NY The Palestinian Right to Education campaign, in collaboration with National Students for Justice in Palestine, is organizing a tour of […]
Cornell Students for Justice in Palestine condemn the United State’s shameful support of the crimes of Israeli government against people like Rasmea Odeh who choose to resist their oppression instead of passively submitting to it. And finally, we condemn our government’s blatantly racist and oppressive strategy of prosecuting (read “persecuting”) Palestinian activists and community organizers here in a the United States as a way of suppressing the movement for justice in Palestine.
Last week, Students for Justice in Palestine at Cornell installed fifty placards on the Arts Quad for three days, from October 29 – 31. The placards included posters from Visualizing […]
On April 10th, the Cornell University Student Assembly (SA) shut down the introduction of Resolution 72 asking Cornell University to divest from 6 companies profiting from the illegal Israeli occupation […]
On April 10, Cornell Students for Justice in Palestine introduced a resolution to the Cornell University Student Assembly. Our demands, set out inResolution 72, called for University trustees to divest […]