Archive

2006-2011 

  • Remi Kanazi, Palestinian spoken-word artist and activist, performed as part of his Poetic Injustice: Writings on Resistance and Palestine tour, April 28, 2011 [see the flyer].
  • Renewing the Call for Divestment: A Campaign to Divest from Companies that Profit from Human Rights Violations in Israel/Palestine, the event at which SPER formally renewed its call for divestment, April, 14, 2011, featuring Stanford law student and former Fulbright Scholar Omar Shakir, Donald J. McLachlan Professor of History and Professor of Middle East History at Stanford Joel Beinin, Senior Lecturer and Coordinator of Program in Middle Eastern and African Literatures, Cultures and Languages at Stanford Khalil Barhoum, and Deputy Director of Jewish Voice for PeaceCecilie Surasky [see the flyer].
  • Op-Ed: A Call for Action—Moving Beyond (But Not Away From) Dialogue, by Jenna Queenan, published in the Stanford Daily, April 14, 2011 [read the article].
  • The ‘Goldstone Report’ & the Application of International Law to the Arab-Israeli Conflict, a discussion featuring Justice Richard Goldstone, Noura Erakat, Victor Kattan, Abraham Bell, Peter Berkowitz, and Prof. Allen Weiner, March 28, 2011 (co-sponsored with the Stanford International Law Society, the Jewish Law Students Association, and the Muslim Student Awareness Network) [see the flyer] [watch the video].
  • Victor Kattan and Noura ErakatDemocracy, Representation, and Palestine, March 28, 2011 [see the flyer].
  • Laila El-Haddad (creator of the blog www.gazamom.com),What’s Life Like in Gaza?, February 15, 2011 [see the flyer] [read the report in the Stanford Daily].
  • Anarchists Against the WallProtesting the Wall, January 18, 2011 [see the flyer].
  • Screening of Peace, Propaganda, and the Promised Land, November 16, 2010, with an introduction by Palestinian journalist Saed Bannoura [watch the film] [see the flyer].
  • Ali Abunimah (journalist, author, and founder of theElectronic Intifada), Palestine-Israel: What is the Alternative to Peace Talks to Nowhere?, November 3, 2010 [watch the video] [see the flyer].
  • Screening of Encounter Point, October 20, 2010.
  • Adam Shapiro (co-founder of the International Solidarity Movement, board member of the Free Gaza Movement, and an organizer of the U.S. Boat to Gaza project), the Freedom Flotilla, the Free Gaza Movement, and the US Boat to Gaza, September 9, 2010 [watch the video] [see the flyer].
  • March and Candlelight Vigil, June 1, 2010 [read the report in the Stanford Daily].
  • A Discussion: Policy and Advocacy, May 24, 2010 [see the flyer].
  • Fadi Quran Speaks: A Palestinian Story, May 16, 2010 [see the flyer].
  • Op-Ed: Three Steps Forward: Campaign Restore Hope and Invest for Peace, by Fadi Quran and Yishai Kabaker, published in the Stanford Daily, May 10, 2010 [read the article].
  • Op-Ed: Understanding Divestment, by Linda Hess, published in the Stanford Daily, May 6, 2010 [read the article].
  • Op-Ed: Campaign Restore Hope Already Succeeding, by Fadi Quran, published in the Stanford Daily, May 5, 2010 [read the article].
  • Protest Against Michael Oren, Israeli Ambassador to the U.S., February 11, 2009 [read the report in the Stanford Review].
  • Candlelight Vigil and Rally in White Plaza, January 8-9, 2009 [read the report in the Stanford Daily] [read the report in the Stanford Review].
  • Prof. John DugardIsrael, Palestine, & Apartheid, October 14, 2008 [see the flyer].
  • Op-Ed: A Well-Deserved Thank You (on the Lisa Nessan photo exhibition controversy), by Fadi Quran, published in the Stanford Daily, May 22, 2008 [read the article].
  • Rally and March in White Plaza, May 6, 2008 [see the flyer] [read the report in the Stanford Daily].
  • Afif SafiehThe Peace Process: Breakthrough or Breakdown, April 29, 2008 (co-sponsors: Coalition for Justice in the Middle East; Organization of Arab Students in Stanford) [see the flyer] [read the report in the Stanford Daily].
  • Hope Under Siege: Photographs by Lisa Nessan, April 7-14, 2008 [see the flyer]; the third instalment in SCAI’s three-part series, Women Under Fire: Jewish Resistance Against Israeli Apartheid. This exhibition was the subject of a one-month battle with the University administration, as described by the Stanford Daily herehere, and here.
  • Kate Raphael BenderReflections on Palestinian Activism: A Queer Jewish Perspective, February 19, 2008 (co-sponsors: Women’s Community Center; LGBT Community Resource Center; Queer-Straight Alliance; Jewish Committee on Human Rights; Department of Anthropology) [see the flyer] [read the report in the Stanford Daily]; the second instalment in SCAI’s three-part series, Women Under Fire: Jewish Resistance Against Israeli Apartheid.
  • Anna BaltzerWitness in Palestine: Documenting Nonviolent Resistance Against the Occupation, February 11, 2008 (co-sponsors: Women’s Community Center; Department of Anthropology; Jewish Committee on Human Rights) [see the flyer]; the first instalment in SCAI’s three-part series, Women Under Fire: Jewish Resistance Against Israeli Apartheid.
  • Dr. Hanan AshrawiPalestine: Is Peace Possible?, November 5, 2007 (co-sponsors: Coalition for Justice in the Middle East; Amnesty International; Six Degrees; Muslim Student Awareness Network; Jewish Committee on Human Rights; Department of Anthropology; NAACP; Stanford Theatre Activist Mobilization Project) [watch the video] [see the flyer] [read the report in the Stanford Daily].
  • Op-Ed: Israeli Occupation: Injustice in Our Name, by Amanda Gelender (on behalf of Jewish members of SCAI), published in the Stanford Daily, November 4, 2007 [read the article].
  • Prof. Saree MakdisiPalestine and Israel: Two Peoples, One State, October 18, 2007 (co-sponsor: Coalition for Justice in the Middle East) [see the flyer].
  • Protest Against Prof. Alan Dershowitz, May 14, 2007 (not an official SCAI event) [read the report in the Stanford Daily].
  • Dr. Uri DavisApartheid Israel: Possibilities for the Struggle Within, May 3, 2007 [watch the video] [see the flyer].
  • Divestment Vote: Not So Clear Cut, by Nabill Idrisi, Melissa Morales, and Lisa Llanos, published in the Stanford Daily, April 23, 2007 [read the article].
  • Op-Ed: On Apartionalism — Nationalist Apartheid, by Eugene Gu, published in the Stanford Daily, March 4, 2007 [read the article].
  • Op-Ed: A Call for Engagement and Dialogue on Divestment, by SCAI’s officer core, published in the Stanford Daily, February 26, 2007 [read the article].
  • Right to Education (a photographic exhibition), February 18-25, 2007 [see the flyer].
  • Prof. Norman FinkelsteinStifling Debate: Reflections on the Misuse of Anti-Semitism and the Exploitation of Jewish Suffering, January 25, 2007 (co-sponsor: Coalition for Justice in the Middle East) [watch the video] [see the flyer] [read the report in the Stanford Daily].
  • Divestment Campaign Launch, January 24, 2007 [watch the video] [download the slides] [see the flyer] [read the report in the Stanford Daily].
  • Letter to the Editor (responding to criticism of SCAI), by Sam Dubal, published in the Stanford Daily, November 13, 2006 [read the letter].
  • Susan NathanThe Other Side of Israel: One Woman’s Attempt to Challenge Segregation and Racism, November 8, 2006 (co-sponsor: Coalition for Justice in the Middle East) [see the flyer] [read the report in the Stanford Daily].
  • Ali AbunimahEnding Apartheid in the Holy Land: A Future of Reconciliation, October 16, 2006 (co-sponsors: Coalition for Justice in the Middle East; Organization of Arab Students in Stanford) [see the flyer] [read the report in the Stanford Daily].