2016 has been another groundbreaking year for the Palestine Advocacy Project. We’ve been working hard to keep our advertisements promoting Palestinian freedom and dignity in public spaces across the United States, despite facing constant censorship and opposition. But we won’t stop there. In 2017, we’re ready to unveil new tactics and new platforms for bringing awareness and understanding to a broad range of communities. We won’t stop until the word “Palestine” is on the tip of every tongue in the country. Here’s a taste of what we’ve been up to!
Palestine Advocacy Project has taken a different approach with a new series of ads: letting Israeli leaders do all the talking for us. These ads, which are launching in nine different university newspapers and other media across the country, portray mind-blowing, direct quotations from prominent Israeli officials like Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Justice Minister Ayalet Shaked. The ads direct to www.palestineadvocacyproject.org/quotes with additional quotes from Israeli leaders.
Those who have followed Palestine Advocacy Project's work will notice that our new Poetry Campaign is different. It is not directly or explicitly political; it does not offer arguments or present evidence. Instead, it emphasizes the rich identity and culture that Palestinians are fighting to save. Here is why we think that is so important: