Apartheid, from Israel to the United States

Presented by Aisha Mansour and Yara Clark


Why are settler colonial states like the U.S.A., Israel, and South Africa reliant on apartheid to uphold their nation’s premier status? This will be an open discussion to remember the history of resilience in the indigenous Palestinian struggle in Palestine paralleled to the civil rights movement in the United States. Specific topics will highlight various intersections of Indigenous and Black resistance and oppression. These include, but are not limited to, increased surveillance and disruption of social organizing, segregation, and the prison industrial-complex.


About the Presenters

Aisha Mansour is an American-born Palestinian student at WWU a member of WWU Students United For Palestinian Equal Rights (SUPER).

she | her | hers

Yara Clark is an American-born Palestinian student at WWU a member of WWU Students United For Palestinian Equal Rights (SUPER).

she | her | hers


Primary Audience

Adults: Community, Educators, Human Rights / Social Justice Professionals