The campaign to smear pro-Palestine protests

How the media and politicians are shifting the narrative away from the genocide of Palestinians

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Reflections from organizers on the past and future of the movement for Palestinian liberation. Plus: the relentless campaign to conflate support for Palestinian people with "hate," friendship from behind bars, labour exploitation at Simon Fraser University, grassroots Workers' Action Centres fight wage theft, and the winners of our Writing in the Margins Contest. 

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