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The Latin American Council of Social Sciences (CLACSO), with more than 800 research centers in 55 countries, endorses the Palestinian call to boycott Israeli institutions complicit in Israel’s regime of military occupation, settler-colonialism, and apartheid.

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El Consejo Latinoamericano de Ciencias Sociales (CLACSO), con más de 800 centros de investigación en 55 países, respalda el llamado palestino a boicotear las instituciones israelíes cómplices del régimen de ocupación militar, el colonialismo y el apartheid de Israel.

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General Mills, parent company of Pillsbury, has sold its stake in its joint venture in apartheid Israel, following several years of BDS pressure over its manufacturing of Pillsbury products in the Atarot industrial zone, an illegal Israeli settlement on stolen Palestinian land.

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80% of MESA’s participating members voted in favor of resolution in solidarity with Palestinians seeking education rights

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The MESA membership voted by 80%  to endorse the Palestinian call to boycott Israeli academic institutions complicit in Israeli apartheid.

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These trips serve to present Israel in a positive light, whitewashing its regime of military occupation, apartheid, and settler-colonialism and its decades-long denial of Palestinian rights, including the right to education.

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The scholars from 14 countries refuse to participate in academic exchanges, collaborate with or receive funding from complicit Israeli institutions in a stand for Palestinian rights.

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Académicos y académicas de 14 países de América Latina se niegan a participar en intercambios académicos, colaborar o recibir fondos de instituciones israelíes cómplices del apartheid, como un acto de defensa de los derechos del pueblo palestino.

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As Israel’s apartheid regime escalated its violent oppression of Palestinians, scholars, academic departments, artists, cultural institutions, star athletes, sports teams, unions, queer filmmakers, LGBTQIA+ collectives, students and other grassroots groups responded with unprecedented solidarity.