8 April, Boston: MAHP-ing Struggles: Palestine, Prisons, Immigration, and HP

Sunday, 8 April
3:30 pm
Friends Meeting at Cambridge
5 Longfellow Park
Cambridge, MA
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/439065979859007/

Join the Massachusetts Against Hewlett Packard campaign for our last event before the April 23rd hearing and vote in the Cambridge City Council on our resolution for Cambridge to stop buying from HP companies.

We are hosting a panel and discussion with three amazing speakers who will be talking about the role HP Inc. and HP Enterprise play in violence against and denial of rights to Palestinians, immigrants, and people who are or have been incarcerated in U.S. prisons. Following the panel and discussion, we will break into working groups so attendees can start taking action help us win on April 23rd!

See you there and, please, SHARE WIDELY!

The Massachusetts Against Hewlett Packard campaign is a local component of an international effort to compel HP companies to end their support for violence and oppression around the world through economic boycotts and divestment. Massachusetts Against Hewlett Packard is bringing a resolution to a hearing and vote in the Cambridge City council on Monday, April 23rd which, if passed, would require the city to end all purchasing and procurement from Hewlett Packard companies until these companies terminate their support for oppression of and violence against Palestinians, immigrants in the US, and people targeted by the US prison system.