1 February, Online: Teach-In — “If I Must Die, You Must Live”: Redefining Solidarity

Thursday, 1 February
8 pm Eastern, 7 pm Central, 5 pm Pacific
Register here: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_Y5KfK1JWTGq3W81hYs9OJQ#/registration

Various forms of state sanctioned violence are functionally equivalent to the death penalty. This event will explain how both the US and Israel use mass criminalization and law enforcement terrorism against those who resist state violence, and how it brings them closer to a premature death.

Along with assessing state technologies and their impact on targeted peoples, this event will shed light on the legacy of solidarity between racialized peoples in the US and the Palestinian people. It will conclude with a discussion about the need for redefining and strengthening international solidarity.

Charlotte Kates, Samidoun’s international coordinator, will be part of this event together with Jihad Abdulmumit, Nina Farnia, Tunde Osazua, Tania Siddiqi and Michelle Smith.

This teach-in is part of a series on war, the death penalty, political imprisonment and genocide in Palestine, organized by the Texas People’s Tribunal. Learn more about the series, watch prior videos and register for the event: https://texaspeoplestribunal.com/teach-ins