At the end of April, Stanford Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP) hosted a series of events collectively known as Palestine Awareness Week that sought to increase education on campus surrounding the Israel-Palestine conflict.
“While action-oriented campaigns are important and an integral part of SJP’s mission, SJP’s mission also involves spreading awareness about the issue and providing a platform for individuals to engage with it,” explained SJP co-president Majd Quran ’19.
The weeklong program highlighted a wide range of events, including Palestinian dinners, cultural immersion exercises, film screenings, student panels and information sessions. Each event was free to attend and open to all members of the Stanford community.
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