On Wisconsin Public Television’s Women, War & Peace
Tuesday, March 26 8:00 pm on WPT 26-1
Wednesday, March 27 2:00 am on WPT 26-1
Sunday, April 14 9:00 pm on The Wisconsin Channel 26-2
Discover the story of a courageous, non-violent women’s movement that formed the heart of the Palestinian struggle for freedom during the 1987 uprising, known as the first Intifada. One woman must make a choice between love, family and freedom. Undaunted, she embraces all three.
During the Intifada, women weren’t just following orders, we were instrumental in making decisions alongside men.
We want our home land!
We want to live free.
Women’s resistance went hand-in-hand with national resistance.
There is a discussion guide available to help you learn more about women’s leadership, unarmed civil resistance and grassroots organizing in Israel-Palestine.
Wil-Mar Community Center
953 Jenifer St, Madison
Workshop 3:00 pm
The Role of Music in Social Movements And Popular Education – Workshop / Teach-In / Discussion – with radical folksingers and labor activists, David Rovics and Anne Feeney! Free with pizza!
Concert 7:00 pm
David Rovics Live! – a night of lefty folk music with this longtime radical singer-songwriter and international activist!
Both events hosted by the Madison Branch of the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW).
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UW-Madison Students for Justice in Palestine
800 Langdon St
7:00 PM – 11:00 PM
Despite decades of facing oppression and appropriation, Palestinians continue to resist the attempted erasure of their identity. Palestinian Culture continues to thrive, both in Palestine and in the diaspora. We wish to recognize that resilience.
Join us as we celebrate the rich history and heritage of Palestine. The night will feature authentic Palestinian Cuisine, spoken words, poetry performances, Dabka performances, art display and auctions, and dancing!
Hashtag to Headlines: The Gaza Great March of Return
The 2019 tribute to Rachel Corrie on March 3, 2019, with Ahmed Abu Artema and Jehad Abusalim. Photos courtesy of Amy Atalla Hill.