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NY panel to examine militarization, domestic spying, and Cornell-Technion partnership

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On October 23, 2013, New Yorkers Against the Cornell-Technion Partnership will host a panel discussion at Judson Memorial Church in Manhattan. The panel aims to highlight connections between The Technion: Israel Institute of Technology, U.S. and Israeli weapons development, the advancement of Israeli apartheid, and the facilitation of police and government surveillance of Arabs and Muslims in New York City and beyond.

Speakers will include representatives from RootsAction, Desis Rising Up and Moving (DRUM), Adalah-NY: The New York Campaign for the Boycott of Israel, and NYACT.

Endorsing organizations include Jews Say No!, Deir Yassin Remembered, Faculty for Palestine, Students for Justice in Palestine at Cornell University, Architects and Planners for Justice in Palestine, Queers Against Israeli Apartheid, U.S. Campaign for the Academic and Cultural Boycott of Israel, NYC War Resisters League, United National Antiwar Coalition, British Committee for the Universities of Palestine, and several NYC-area SJP chapters.

For location details, or to RSVP for this event, please visit

[Please use the entrance door around the corner at 239 Thompson Street.] Panel Flyer (Oct 23 2013) FINAL


Terri Ginsberg

Terri Ginsberg is a film scholar and Palestine solidarity activist based presently in Cairo. She is author of Visualizing the Palestinian Struggle (2016), co-author of Historical Dictionary of Middle Eastern Cinema (2010), author of Holocaust Film: The Political Aesthetics of Ideology (2007), and co-editor of A Companion to German Cinema (2012). Her co-edited collection on cinema of the Arab world is forthcoming.

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  1. just on October 19, 2013, 3:00 pm


  2. annie on October 19, 2013, 4:03 pm

    go team!

  3. Ellen on October 19, 2013, 4:16 pm

    A large donor to the Cornell/Technicon project is Charles Feeney, who founded Atlantic Philanthropies.

    He has been a major donor to Cornell and other educational institutions. They hit him hard for the Technicon project.

    Yet when you read the mission statement of Atlantic Philanthropies

    “At the heart of our work is the belief that all people have the right to opportunity, equity and dignity.”

    Feeney worked behind the scenes on the Irish peace place. He is elderly now and I wonder if he knows what is really going on with Atlantic Philanthropies and all the money they have promised to Technicon and military R and D.

    Has anyone contacted Atlantic P. or their board on this?

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