US Campus Protests against Israel’s Genocide on Gaza Going Global

ACTIVISM, 29 Apr 2024

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Demonstrators hold posters reading ‘dismantle colonial borders’ as students occupy a building of the Institute of Political Studies in support of Palestinians, in Paris on 26 April 2024.
[Dimitar Dilkoff/AFP]

From France to Australia, university students are part of pro-Palestine protests as Columbia students continue encampments.

26 Apr 2024 – Clashes between students and police officers have been reported all over the United States during intensifying university protests.

What started as the Gaza solidarity encampment at Columbia University, where students are camping inside campus to push their institute to divest from companies linked to Israel, has since spread to campuses in California, Texas and other states.

Which global universities are holding pro-Palestine protests?

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