Edward Said Memorial Lecture – Anti-blackness, settler-colonialism and the question of Palestine
Date: 5.30pm - 7pm (doors open 5.00pm) | Saturday 14 July 2018
Venue: Adelaide Town Hall
During the 1960s and 70s, the Palestinian struggle was central to a broader struggle to overturn colonialism as a legitimate form of governance. While most colonised peoples did achieve national independence, Israel has torpedoed a two-state solution and obviated the prospect of a Palestinian state. This talk explores how Palestinians now have the potential to pave alternative futures for themselves.
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Presented in association with Australian Friends of Palestine Association