Students display mock apartheid wall on campus, protest of Israeli separation wall

Wayne State Students for Justice in Palestine celebrate their second annual Palestine Awareness Week with a series of events displaying Palestinian art, culture and education, as symbols of their continued freedom struggle and right to determination.


WSU students and Muslim Student Association members Syed Rizvi (left) and Syed Kazi hold up a Palestinian flag over their shoulders in solidarity with Students for Justice in Palestine during their 2nd annual Palestine Awareness Week.
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The first panel of the apartheid wall on the left reads “Palestine” in arabic and expresses solidarity between Ferguson and Palestine, an ongoing solidarity movement to draw parallels between the Black and Palestinian struggles.
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Students for Justice in Palestine board and general body members both Palestinian and non-Palestinian proudly stand in front of the mock apartheid wall.
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SJP Vice President Rafeef Hamad (Left) and President Summer Baraka both second-generation Palestinians wear kuffiyehs around their shoulders and hold up the flag of their homeland.




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