Int’l Day of Solidarity with Palestinians, #BoycottHP Picket and Educational

Check out new video of Nov. 29th picket.

November 29 marks the 40th anniversary of the Declaration of the International Day of Solidarity with the Palestinian People. This year, join with groups in Vancouver and show solidarity with the Palestinians at two events.
Check out new video of Nov. 29th picket.

Nov. 24 Educational: Expose and Oppose Corporate Complicity with Israeli War Crimes 7 pm, Centre for Socialist Education, 706 Clark Dr. Vancouver
Check out photos on Facebook Event page
Join BDS Vancouver – Coast Salish Territories and Young Communist League-Vancouver for an evening of discussion and strategizing in solidarity with the Palestinian struggle for liberation. The program will include updates on the campaigns to boycott and divest from G4$, Hewlett Packard and Air Canada, and discussion on how to build and escalate campaigns targeting corporations profiting from Israeli occupation and war crimes in Palestine.

International Day of Solidarity, Boycott HP Picket
Wednesday, November 29 at 4 PM – 5:30 PM
Best Buy, 798 Granville (at Robson), Vancouver
Facebook Event
This year, join with BDS Vancouver and show our solidarity with the Palestinians by partnering with groups around the world to say Boycott HP, Technology of Israeli Apartheid!

HP was recently noted as being on the United Nations blacklist of companies violating international law by doing business in occupied Palestinian territories.

Hewlett Packard companies play a key role in Israel’s oppression of Palestinians. They provide technology, equipment and services to the Israeli military, prison system and government, including the ID card system that underpin Israel’s apartheid policies and its movement restrictions for Palestinians.

The international Boycott HP campaign has already seen 17 U.S. churches (representing 7 denominations) divest from the company and has also attracted support from student governments.

More info at: Boycott HP, Shop Apartheid-Free Campaign in Vancouver, and