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Another milestone! 8000 calling to boycott Red Sea Jazz Fest

Congratulations everybody! 

We've reached another milestone. Over 8000 of you have already signed the petition calling on this season's participating Jazz musicians- Antoine Roney, Fred Hersch, Diane Schuur, Leny Andrade, Terence Blanchard, Lonnie Smith, Hotel Khaleeji, Kellylee Evans, Los Hacheros, and Marcus Strickland- to cancel their participation in the festival. Sending out the message that there's no room for apartheid-state-sponsored festivals in Jazz music. Let's continue our giant steps towards 10,000 signatures! Please continue SIGNing and SHARing the petition 

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Now, more than ever, as shocking events unfold in occupied Palestine- As children are burned alive and suffer even more extreme police and army brutality, as over 600 more Palestinians are imprisoned within 2 weeks, as Israel renews its attacks on Gaza and the death toll mounts over 200, and as Palestinians all over take to the streets, refusing to lay down and die in the face of Israel's massive oppression- we ask that you amplify their voice. Please SIGN and SHARE our petition. 

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Culture is not created in a vaccum. Culture that ignores human rights violations and is used to whitewash war crimes and crimes against humanity, and cultural workers who accept money in this context, are complicit. The many victories of the BDS movement so far have shown us that culture can shine a light on these crimes, instead of muffling the cries of the victims. Please support the…

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To Luca Aquino, Térez Montcalm, Oran Etkin, Torrio!, Natalie Wamba Berry, and Bass-Extrem, We are concerned people from all around the world who oppose Israel's continuing displacement of the Palestinian people via military occupation and apartheid policies [1]. We write to you in order to make sure that you are aware of all the moral implications of performing in Israel at this time. We ask…

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