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Anna Guevarra Joins “Teaching Palestine” Panel on Justice for Palestine

Justice for Palestine

Justice for Palestine: A Call to Action From Indigenous and Women of Color Feminist | A Report Card 10 Years Later

"Everyone we encountered—in Nablus, Awarta, Balata, Jerusalem, Hebron, Dheisheh, Bethlehem, Birzeit, Ramallah, Um el-Fahem, and Haifa— asked us to tell the truth about life under occupation and about their unwavering commitment to a free Palestine."

Join the 10th anniversary of their last day in Palestine, hundreds of presentations, articles, panels, and interventions later, to offer a Report Card reaffirming the relevance and urgency of re-telling stories of apartheid, ethnic cleansing, and settler colonialism and of Palestinian steadfastness, resistance and resilience.

Livestream at:
Wednesday, June 23, 2021
9:00am–11:00am PST/12:00noon–2:00pm EST/7:00pm–9:00pm Palestine

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Dr. Guevarra is the Founding Director of the Global Asian Studies Program and a Co-PI of the UIC AANAPISI Initiative.  She is also the Co-PI of the Social Justice and Human Rights Cluster and a member of the Diaspora Cluster at UIC. Professor Guevarra's scholarly, creative, and teaching interests focus on immigrant and transnational labor, the geopolitics of carework, critical diaspora studies, and community engagement as they relate to dynamics of race, gender, and empire.