Palestinian and the Black American Freedom Struggles

Fletcher Jr., Bill
August 2014
Washington Informer;8/7/2014, Vol. 49 Issue 43, p21
The author reflects on the similarity in efforts of the Palestinians and African Americans for justice. Topics discussed by the author include the establishment of a dual education system in Israel in 1948 and the refusal of Israel to accept the right of return for Palestinians driven from their land-or leave their lands temporarily.


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