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Montgomery bus boycott was divisive — Remi Kanazi video

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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
    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
    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

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

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