Boycotting Apartheid From South Africa to Palestine

  title={Boycotting Apartheid From South Africa to Palestine},
  author={P. D. Di Stefano and Mostafa Henaway},
  journal={Peace Review},
  pages={19 - 27}
Historical struggles for equality, justice, and liberation from colonial occupation are replete with examples of nonviolent resistance. Social movements in the twentieth century engaged in a variety of strategies to create public awareness of their plights and exert pressure on the oppressor in the hopes of altering the status quo. One strategy in particular, the application of boycott campaigns, emerged as a promising means of exposing injustices while simultaneously exerting economic pressure… Expand
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      He is also a Palestine solidarity activist with Tadamon! Montreal
      • Mostafa Henaway is a writer and community organizer with the Immigrant Worker Center in Montreal