Resisting Apartheid: Nakba 75
Black-E Theatre
12:30PM – 2PM

The mass displacement and ethnic cleansing that accompanied the creation of apartheid Israel 75 years ago is known as the Nakba - or ‘catastrophe’. Since then, Palestinians in the Occupied Palestinian Territories, in refugee camps and in exile have continued to resist their ongoing oppression at the hands of a settler-colonial state and its vigilante paramilitaries. This session will explore what that resistance has looked like over the past 75 years - and look towards the future that resistance has been fighting for.


Ghada Karmi is a Palestinian-born academic, physician and author.

Rami Rmeileh is a social psychologist and a doctoral researcher at the University of Exeter - Institute of Arab and Islamic studies.

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