What's Good with the Movement for Palestine: Part 1
What's Good Ohio?!May 23, 202400:38:4035.41 MB

What's Good with the Movement for Palestine: Part 1

To wrap up Season 2, hosts James Hayes and Sarah Rodenberg talk about What’s Good with the Movement in Palestine in this special two-part conversation. In Part 1, we talk with Shereen Naser and Noelle Naser about the organizing they’ve been doing in the Cleveland area. 

Shereen is a board member of OPAWL — Building AAPI Feminist Leadership.

Noelle is an organizer with the Palestinian Youth Movement. She was also one of 8 chosen for the USCPR (United States Campaign for Palestinian Rights) Youth Fellowship

Follow Cleveland Palestine Advocacy Community on Instagram

Read Shereen’s op-ed in The Hill about her cousin Layan, who was taken from her home in the West Bank and is being illegally detained by the Israeli Government.

CNN’s report of an Israeli whistleblower’s details about Palestinians in their detention center. 

Read about Cleveland’s ceasefire resolution and Columbus’s ceasefire resolution

Case Western University’s Bill 31-15, also known as the Students for Justice in Palestine Bill

OPAWL members in Cleveland hosted a Community Art Build for Palestine

Shereen quotes Toni Cade Bambara: “The role of the artist is to make the revolution irresistible.”

Read The Hundred Years’ War on Palestine by Rashid Khalidi 

Watch Farha on Netflix

Listen to Part 2 about the student protests with Jineen Musa, Laila Shaikh, and Ahmed Amrou. 

What’s Good Ohio is a production of Ohio Voice and Policy Matters Ohio. Hosted by James Hayes and Sarah Rodenberg. Produced by Angela Lin, with production support from Ben Stein. Editing and engineering courtesy of Shawn Carter at Breakthrough Sounds Recording Studio in Cleveland, OH.