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Announcement :: Human Rights : International : Organizing
Boston Israeli Apartheid Schedule of Events
28 Feb 2010
**Free to attend, open to the public--There
will be food at the film screenings!**
The Week's Schedule:

March 1 (7:00pm - 9:00pm): Film Screening of "Bil'in Habibti" with comments at end by BU Student/activist Ian Chinich Boston University: George Sherman Union Conference Auditorium rm 228 (775 Commonwealth Avenue)

March 2 (7:00pm - 9:00pm): Noam Chomsky at Boston U! Jacob Sleeper Auditorium - College of General Studies- rm: 129 (871 Commonwealth Avenue) Only 620 Seats Available...first come first serve!

March 3 (7:00pm - 9:00pm): Film Screening of "Occupation 101" Boston University: Photonics building rm 206 (8 Saint Mary's St.)

Boston's Israel Apartheid Week will be one of the largest in the World! (last year had events in 40 cities and this year will be even larger). The movement is growing! You can be a part of a historic moment when popular resistance to injustice reached a critical mass.

Events will also be occurring at Tufts, UMass Boston, Boston College, Brandeis, Northeastern, and Wellesley as well as in other locations in Boston. Some of the published events are located at For additional information on other schools' events, contact Info (at)

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Apartheid Week cont'd
01 Mar 2010
Wednesday March 3:

Mazin Qumsiyeh, 12pm, Northeastern, University, Dockser 32
NUSL and Dockser Hall are located on Forsythe St right by 400 Huntington Ave. The building is within a one minute walk of both Ruggles (orange line) and Northeastern (Green "E" line) and Bus #39

Mazin Qumsiyeh, 3pm, Brandeis, Zinner Forum

Mazin Qumsiyeh 7pm, Watertown, St. Johns Methodist church 80 Mt Auburn St. Watertown, MA

Screening Occupation 101, 7pm, Boston University: Photonics Center rm 206 -- 1 Silber Way, Boston, MA

Thursday March 4:

Mazin Qumsiyeh, 9:30 am, University of Massachussets Boston
Healey Library 11th floor, (H11-0011B).

Saturday March 13:

Take to the Streets for Shuhada Street
Location: TBD
Shuhada Street used to be the principal street for Palestinians in the city of Hebron, including residents, businesses and a very active market place. Today, because it runs through the Jewish settlement of Hebron, Shuhada Street is closed to Palestinian movement and is a ghost town which only Israelis and tourists are allowed to access. Hate graffiti has been sprayed across the closed Palestinian shops and Palestinians living on the street have to enter and exit their houses by climbing over neighbor's roofs.

Actions around the world are demonstrating what its like for streets to be occupied. We wont rest until Shuhada street is open and the occupation of Palestine is over!