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From the poet Remi Kanazi:

“‘This Divestment Bill Hurts My Feelings’ deconstructs and debunks the multitude of talking points against divestment on university campuses and makes a clear case for cutting our complicity with Israeli occupation and apartheid. Fusing together spoken word poetry and motion graphics, I collaborated with director, animator, and co-founder of DAM, Suhel Nafar, on the project.”

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  1. Sycamores
    Sycamores
    February 18, 2014, 9:14 pm

    thanks for posting up this video Philip Weiss.

    ‘This Divestment Bill Hurts My Feelings’ another great poem by Remi Kanazi.

    i watched Remi Kanazi video ‘Normalize This!’ last year and i was in awe by how powerful and meaningful a poem can be.

    just finish watching Remi Kanazi ‘Nakba’

    “We will return. That is not a threat, a wish, a hope, or a dream, but a promise.”

    there is a decisiveness in these words, a finality that will have to happen in our lifetimes.

  2. seafoid
    seafoid
    February 19, 2014, 9:20 am

    Remi Kanazi is inspirational.

    I was thinking of the message the last Flotilla wanted to send to the people in Gaza- the world is with you.
    And now the Palestinians are going stellar.

    It’s fantastic

    Compare Remi to hasbara

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0XfTUgDbv_Q

    Send what you can to Hasbara central.
    American donations to Hophmi. Please, no flowers.

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