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Building Bridges
Weekly Program
 Ken Nash and Mimi Rosenberg  Contact Contributor
Silence is Not an Option: Rev. William Barber draws connections between global systems of oppression from militarism to racism to classism and hammers home the importance of solidarity with Palestine
Rev. Dr. William J. Barber II, co-chair of the Poor Peoples Campaign and president of Repairers of the Breach

Says Rev. Barber, The Palestinian experience is one we can relate to through our own moral and spiritual experience. We have to address the displacement of native people wherever they are. Truth and justice cannot be found in narrow tribalism, within the lies of colonialism and white supremacy. So were Building Bridges to Palestine and as people who are descendants of Jewish holocaust survivors and the freedom fighters of the Warsaw ghetto we say there is nothing anti-Semitic about denouncing extreme ethnic nationalism. Rather it is a duty to stand with people to make state power responsible to all people and for equal rights and justice for the Palestinian people.
Viola Fletcher, 107-year old Tulsa Race Massacre survivor asks Congress for reparations, challenging America when will justice be served?

I have never seen justice, said Tulsa Race Massacre survivor Viola Fletcher, a 107-year-old survivor of the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre before a House committee on the need for the nation to make amends for the deadly attack on The Greenwood District in Tulsa, Oklahoma known as the Black Wall Street, a 35-block radius in the segregated community that was thriving with hundreds of businesses. But, on May 31 through June 1, 1921, the entire area was burned down as a white mob who attacked the community and burned down homes and businesses, killing hundreds of Black residents and injuring 800 others. America when will justice be served?
Ken Nash & Mimi Rosenberg
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