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Announcement :: Social Welfare
24 Feb 2011
Wednesday, March 2, 2011, 7:00 p.m.
Boston University, Kenmore Classroom Building, Room 101
565 Commonwealth Ave in Boston (Green Line to Kenmore Square)
We are being targeted for the work we do to end U.S. funding of the Israeli occupation, ending the war in Afghanistan and ending the occupation of Iraq. What is at stake for all of us is our right to dissent and organize to change harmful US foreign policy.
- Maureen Murphy, Electronic Intifada


Maureen Murphy, Managing Editor of Electronic Intifada <>;, and one of scores of activists risking imprisonment by refusing to testify before a Grand Jury

Elaine Hagopian, Professor Emerita, Simmons College to speak on the history of targeting Palestine solidarity activists and Arab-Americans

Sponsors include: B.U. Anti-War Coalition; STOP FBI Boston Committee; Jewish Voice for Peace; American Friends Service Committee - New England, International Action Center; Boston Coalition for Palestinian Rights; Code Pink Greater Boston; Community Church of Boston; Socialist Workers Party; Harvard Alliance for Justice in the Middle East (AJME); Committees of Correspondence for Democracy and Socialism; Boston May Day Committee; Socialist Party of Boston; American Jews for a Just Peace; ANSWER Coalition, Boston; Stop the Wars Boston; United for Justice with Peace; Boston United National Antiwar Committee; New Socialist Project; American Friends Service Committee & Mass. Global Action.

More info: StopFBI.Boston (at) <>;
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Developments in Material Support Law
27 Feb 2011
Developments in Material Support Law

The HLS Middle East Law Students Association presents:
Developments in Material Support Law

March 3, 2011 at 6pm
Austin North at Harvard Law School

Claude Bruderlein, Director of the Program on Humanitarian Policy and Conflict Research at the Harvard School of Public Health,

Susan Akram, Clinical Professor of Law at Boston University School of Law,

Tyler Giannini, Clinical Professor of Law and Clinical Director of HRP at Harvard Law School

, and

Maureen Clare Murphy, organizer of the Palestine Solidarity Group-Chicago and Managing Editor of The Electronic Intifada; subpoenaed on December 23, 2010

This panel will explore the implications of the the U.S. Supreme Court's decision in Holder v. Humanitarian Law Project and the current landscape for material support prosecutions in the US.

Co-sponsored by the Human Rights Program at HLS, the Islamic Legal Studies Program at HLS, Justice for Palestine at HLS, the National Lawyers Guild - HLS Chapter, the Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Review, ACLU-HLS, and ACS.