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Second Popular Palestinian Conference in the US

Posted by uscsjp on September 1, 2010

Call for student track workshops for the Palestinian Popular Conference.

The Second Popular Palestinian Conference in the US, Palestine: One Land, One People, One Destiny: Together, Restoring our National Institutions, Reclaiming our Rights, Empowering our Community, is scheduled to take place on October 29-31, 2010 in Chicago.

The conference’s primary goal is to empower our community in the US to assume a key role in realizing Palestinian human and national rights. We have an obligation to become full participants in our people’s quest for freedom, self-determination and the return of the refugees to their original towns and villages. This is only possible by developing principled, nonpartisan, and effective Palestinian institutions in the US.

The conference is a project that belongs to its participants; therefore we are soliciting workshop proposals from all members of our community.

The Popular Conference also features  student track of workshops and programs led by students and facilitated by student organizations, focused on meeting students’ needs and encouraging discussions and actions to unify and support the Palestinian student voice in the United States.

If you would like to lead a workshop at the national popular conference, please complete our online form at our website:

or complete the attached Word document form.

To submit a student workshop, please email your form to

We also remind you to register early for the Popular Conference! Registration is online now – be sure to join us on October 29-31, 2010 in Chicago.

Thank you! We look forward to your workshop submissions and to building the Popular Conference with you.


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