Deadly Exchange: What US Police are Learning in Israel
Since 2002, thousands of US law enforcement officials have trained with Israeli military forces in the context of the "War on Terror," learning about Israeli methods and technologies of surveillance, racial profiling, and suppression of protest. As Black Lives Matter and other social movements seek accountability and an end to police violence, why are US police departments training with occupying Israeli forces? how do we resist the militarization of police and the criminalization of citizens and immigrants? Join us for a conversation about how the occupation of Palestine comes home to Boston with investigative researcher and director of Researching the American- Israeli Alliance (RAIA) -- Eran Efrati
This event is a part of BU SJP's Israeli Apartheid week and is free and open to the public. This event was organized with the help of Boston's chapter of Jewish Voices for Peace. The event will be at the BU College of Communications, room 101 - there is parking in front of the building and across the street.
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College of Communication, Boston University
Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, Massachusetts, United States of America