ear Friends and Supporters for Justice in Palestine, the battle for AMED has reached a critical junctureD and to save it will take community support and for us all to do our part.
Time To Take A Stand: From 1968 ’ To 2021 – The Fight Continues to Defend AMED & Prof Rabab
Join us for a Press Conference & Community Speak Out @SFSU Weds 11/17 @11am to stand up for the Arab & Muslim Ethnicities and Diasporas (AMED) Studies Program at SFSU. Facebook event pg: https://fb.me/e/2CZfI4KHh
You can also support by sending a letter to SFSU Pres Mahoney, whether you are an alumni or community member by clicking here: https://www.nationalsjp.org/save-amed
Since its inception in 2007, AMED remains critically under-resourced, while enduring ongoing attacks against Dr. Abdulhadi and her students at SFSU who have experienced death threats, wanted style posters and ominous blacklists, with attacks on their freedom of speech and academic freedom from corporate and zionist outside forces.
Instead of opposing these attacks, the Administration and the Chancellor have not only refused to take a stand, they are now openly partnering with AEN:
https://academicengagement.org a known Zionist network and supporter of apartheid Israel in the censoring of AMED by Zoom, Facebook and Youtube, and in doing so clearly chosen to side with the oppressors.
The 1968 San Francisco State Student Strike hailed as the strike that Changed Higher Ed Forever was over 53 years ago, but today the struggles remain the same.
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