Friday, June 5th, 2020

Palestine@MIT stands in solidarity with our brothers and sisters across the country, fighting against state-sanctioned violence and systematic oppression. George Floyd’s murder last week was a heinous crime, but sadly it was only one in a long history of police terror against the black community in this country. For too long, systems of brutality and oppression have gotten away with murder and injustice. The people have had enough.

Over the course of the past week, the masses have come out to protest a racist system that has perpetuated injustice and brutality against communities of color. They have come out to protest a system that endorses rampant police militarization and terror against minority communities. They have come out to protest a system that continues to methodically minimize and devalue the lives of black people.They have come out to demand justice in a system that would have swept this under the rug were there no bystanders filming.

Among the peaceful protests that have taken place across this country, we have witnessed the terrorizing response of the police institution. Protesters are met with tear gas and rubber bullets, they are beaten and abused, they are arrested and slandered. The people’s movement threatens the power structures which were built on centuries of white supremacy, and the response of the system shows the strength of the movement. Liberation movements will always be met with repression by the oppressor, which is why we must stand together.

Palestine@MIT stands in firm support with our black brothers and sisters in the fight against police brutality, white supremacy, and systematic oppression.

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Palestine@MIT Cultural Night

Monday, December 2nd, 2019

Hi everyone! Hope the semester is wrapping up nicely! As you get ready for finals and final projects, we would like to invite you to take a break and have fun at our semesterly​​ Cultural Night this Saturday, December 7th at 7:00 PM! It will take place in W20-407. Come to enjoy some great food, friendly company, and outstanding talent! We will be hosting the amazing Boston Dabke Troupe! Free and open to all! Please RSVP at our event page here if you plan on coming, and let your friends know!

 Scientists for Palestine Panel

Saturday, November 23rd, 2019

Today, Pal@MIT is hosting a panel of outstanding scientists from Palestine to talk about how Scientific progress is affected in the region by the occupation, with an opportunity for Q&A. Please come to learn more and ask questions! Happening at 3 -5 pm in ​room 3-133.