April 18, NYC: From Michigan to Palestine, Water is a Human Right

Monday, April 18
7:00 pm
214 West Building, Hunter College
121 East 67th Street
New York City

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IMPORTANT: Non-Hunter guests must register through this link: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/from-michigan-to-palestine-water-is-a-human-right-tickets-24473781740

Join us in a stimulating town-hall discussion regarding the basic human right of access to clean water. As civilians in both Flint, Michigan and Palestine suffer to obtain this need, come share your opinions about this struggle. What do you think are the causes of water discrimination? What efforts can be made to resolve this issue? How is this a racism issue? Share your answers to these questions – as well as to more questions – and voice your opinions and concerns.

Refreshments will be served!

Discussion Moderator: Rani Allan is a Palestinian-Lebanese-American junior majoring in Political Science, while studying for a certificte in Human Rights and double-minoring in Arab Studies and Sociology. He is the founder of The Palestine Solidarity Alliance of Hunter College, as well as its president. In addition, he is an organizer at Adalah-the New York campaign to boycott Israel. He also taught with the LEAP Program at an UNRWA school for Palestinian refugees in Lebanon.