Nancy Murray

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Race & Class

In 2009, the Editorial Working Committee of Race & Class, published on behalf of the UK based Institute of Race Relations, included John Berger, Lee Bridges, Victoria Brittain, Jan Carew, Jeremy Corbyn, Basil Davidson, Avery Gordon, Barbara Harlow, Saul Landau, Neil Lazarus, Manning Marable, Nancy Murray, Colin Prescod, Barbara Ransby, Cedric Robinson, Bill Rolston and Chris Searle[1].

Anti-Israel rally

According to Party for Socialism and Liberation supporters Daniel Marion, Saffronia Clark and Lev Kendrick, April 2 2018, at 6:30 P.M. more than 50 people gathered at Copley Square to denounce the ongoing violence of Zionist settler colonialism and occupation in Palestine

The speakout was called by the Act Now to Stop War and End Racism ANSWER Coalition, and was joined by a number of local and national pro-Palestinian and anti-Zionist organizations, including Alliance for Water Justice in Palestine, Nerturei Karta International: Orthodox Jews United Against Zionism, and Workers World Party.

Hersch Rothmel of the ANSWER Coalition emceed the event and started the speakout by listing the names of the 18 Palestinians killed, followed by a moment of silence, before a series of speakers took turns denouncing Friday’s killings and the broader violence of Israeli colonialism and occupation.

Nino Brown, also of the ANSWER Coalition, spoke about the role that U.S. imperialism plays in keeping the settler state of Israel afloat.

Steve Gillis of WWP was also quick to make the connection between the U.S. and Israel. Nancy Murray spoke at the rally on behalf of the Alliance for Water Justice in Palestine, an organization that focuses on Israel’s use of water as “a weapon against the Palestinian people — what we could call ‘water apartheid.’”

Also present was Rabbi Davod Feldman and other members of the Nerturei Karta International, who came all the way from New York to support the rally.[2]

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