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Existing & Resisting
Faten Dabis, Rania Salem, Sahar Halabi, Rasmea Odeh
 Dale Lehman/WZRD  Contact Contributor
A lawyer, a college student, a doctor, and a torture victim turned community activist, offer their own narratives about their lives, growing up, and now as activists in the struggle for justice in Palestine.

The narrative of Palestinian culture, history and identity has been dominated by Zionists seeking to make them disappear; to destroy the evidence of their past; memoricide. How else to explain the contradictions in the founding myth of the State of Israel and it's murderous, racist policies used to establish and necessary to maintain the repression of Palestine and Gaza?
As the poem recited by Sahar Halabi states, they are growing stronger in their resolve for justice and taller in the righteousness of their cause.

The Boycott, Divest and Sanction movement is uniting people from all backgrounds in a common struggle for justice on college campuses in the United States by challenging the false Zionist narrative. The forum was organized by a student group at Columbia College in Chicago, Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP).
SJP - Columbia College
The recording lost some of the presentation by the college student.

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01:03:09 1 May 6, 2015
Columbia College, Chicago
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