A discussion with artists, Sara Qaed, Mohammad Sabaaneh, and Carlos Latuff about the power of cartoons, Palestine’s rich history of the arts, and how each artist approaches their work.
A discussion with longtime friend and Australian activist, Robert Martin. From Palestine to Maradona: no topic will go untouched and no stone left unturned.
A discussion with renown Palestinian human rights defender, Issa Amro, who has been the target of routine Israeli state persecution and is currently awaiting a decision by the Israeli military court which could lead to his conviction and imprisonment.
Highlighting the incredible work of three Palestinian activists, journalists, and organizers: Rafat Abu Aish from Al-Naqab, Baha Hilo from Bethlehem, and Khaled Farrag from Jerusalem
A discussion with the sons and daughters of five Muslim community leaders (known as The Holy Land Foundation Five) who have faced relentless political persecution and ultimately imprisonment in what is one of the most egregious cases of domestic injustice committed in the name of America’s war on terror.
A discussion focused on the Palestinian right of return with the authors of the new book, Palestinian Refugees in International Law, Francesca P. Albanese and Lex Takkenberg, as well as Umar al-Ghubari of Zochrot, an NGO working towards the reconceptualization of the return.
Author and activist, Miko Peled, hosts a roundtable discussion with Chris Williamson, Asa Winstanely, and Tony Greenstein in the aftermath of Jeremy Corbyn’s suspension from UK Labour.
A discussion with two 1948 Palestinian citizens of Israel, Maisam Jaljuli and Hind Hajar Salman who are fighting for justice amidst the political realities in Israel in their respective communities.
Author and speaker, Miko Peled, for a webinar discussion on the topic of the fate of Julian Assange with a special guest panel featuring Roger Waters, John Pilger, and Ray McGovern
Should Progressives Support the Biden-Harris Ticket? A webinar hosted by Miko Peled and featuring four young progressive organizers, Jasmine Collins (Syracuse), Eitan Peled (San Diego), Yara Akkeh (Boston), and Annelise Friedman (Las Vegas).