Over a thousand, including scholars Judith Butler and Angela Davis, have signed a statement in solidarity with the Palestinian city of Lydda in the wake of mounting racist violence.
Another Screen is the new, free “irregular” streaming arm of the film journal Another Gaze.
The letter charges MoMA trustees including Steven Tananbaum, Leon Black, and Paula Crown with being “directly involved with support for Israel’s apartheid rule.”
After Palestinian content was restricted or removed from Instagram and Facebook, social media users developed a crafty method of altering Arabic script.
Israeli army forces raided the Dar Yusuf Nasri Jacir for Art and Research, also confiscating phones, computers, hard drives, cameras, and books.
Hundreds have signed a letter denouncing Poju Zabludowicz’s ties to a pro-Israel lobby and the Israeli Air Force.
Against the view of Manhattan’s skyline, messages read: “Defend Palestine”; “Defend Sheikh Jarrah”; “All Eyes on Palestine”; and more.
Maisa Abd Elhadi was featured in Larissa Sansour’s film at the Danish Pavilion in the 2019 Venice Biennale, as well as the Palestinian 2020 Oscar submission Gaza Mon Amour.
In the documentary Mayor, Musa Hadid tries to keep Ramallah, Palestine functioning as best he can.
Several filmmakers and international guests canceled their participation in this year’s edition of the Docaviv festival.
“I could not have a relationship with a regime that is now officially complicit in the Israeli occupation of Palestinians,” said Mohamed Badarne, a Berlin-based artist.
“[W]e understand that our liberation is intimately connected to the liberation of all oppressed peoples and communities,” the pledge reads.