This week’s meeting of Students for Justice in Palestine began as usual. Students ate falafel and chatted in English, Arabic and even Spanish. I sat next to Jane Wu who, like many of the students I spoke with over the course of the evening, had heard about the event online and decided to attend because “we don’t really get to see as many really personal experiences from people on the ground” in Palestine.
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