Co-education

From the Nakba to Historical Justice: A Roundtable

From the Nakba to Historical Justice: A Roundtable on Legal, Media and Cultural Strategies for Social Change

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The May 2018 roundtable was an invitation for lawyers, scholars, and activists to consider best practices for achieving historical justice in Palestine/Israel and beyond. Following an exercise of collective visioning, participants offered reflections on legal, media, cultural production, community organizing and international advocacy/research strategies. As a group we asked: Can we coalesce around common terms/visions for historical justice, and further articulate the elements & steps necessary for acknowledging and remedying historic wrongs.

(e)Merging Struggles, Building Power: A Collective Visioning Experience

(e)Merging Struggles, Building Power: A Collective Visioning Experience

In February 2018, Adalah Justice Project convened 30 individuals at the Pocantico Center of the Rockefeller Brothers Fund in Tarrytown, NY as part of a collective visioning experience designed to strengthen relationships, identify best practices and take the most effective and beautiful next steps towards victory.

Story of Resonance: Housing Covenants and Admissions Committees of Resonance: Housing Covenants and Admissions Committees

Story of Resonance: Housing Covenants and Admissions Committees of Resonance: Housing Covenants and Admissions Committees

Story of Resonance: Housing Covenants in Nola and Admissions Committees in Israel

In November 2017, Director Nadia Ben-Youssef, and Fady Khoury, Adalah attorney, led a roundtable discussion with housing rights advocates in New Orleans, hosted at HousingNOLA. Partners included Greater New Orleans Fair Housing Action Center, the National Fair Housing Alliance, Jane's Place Neighborhood Sustainability Initiative, and Blights Out.