To “de-exceptionalize” Palestine/Israel is to embed Palestinian rights into existing progressive discourse, policy and practice.

This theory of change stands apart from a tendency to separate the Palestinian struggle from other movements for justice, or to characterize Israel as a wholly unique historical and legal regime. De-exceptionalizing Palestine/Israel represents a commitment to joint struggle, intersectional analysis, personal and political accountability, and the principled pursuit of collective liberation.

“We’re building an alternative nexus of power.”
— Nadia Ben-Youssef, Director, Adalah Justice Project
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From Haifa to Ferguson: Building a Global Movement Against State Violence and Suppression of Protest

  Ten Lessons Learned from the Legacy of Black-Palestinian Solidarity

Ten Lessons Learned from the Legacy of Black-Palestinian Solidarity

  Progressives for Palestine at Netroots Nation, 2018

Progressives for Palestine at Netroots Nation, 2018

  From Turtle Island to Palestine

From Turtle Island to Palestine