For Nakba Day, join Libby Davies and Ann Wright; meet the Gaza Freedom Flotilla participants!

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David Heap

Canadian Boat to Gaza

Freedom Flotilla Coalition

On Tuesday May 15 at 7 p.m., join Libby Davies and Ann Wright, as we introduce Canadian Boat to Gaza Freedom Flotilla participants online! Tune in to watch at http://youtube.com/user/rabbletv/live

The Canadian Boat to Gaza campaign is hosting its very first livestream videocast to mark Nakba Day on May 15, the commemoration of The Catastrophe, as the 1948 ethnic cleansing of Palestine is called in Arabic. For this online event starting at 7 p.m. EST, we are delighted to be joined by peace activist and retired U.S. Colonel Ann Wright, and by former NDP MP Libby Davies. With Ann and Libby, we will be discussing recent events in Gaza and the current Freedom Flotilla mission to challenge and break the illegal blockade of Gaza. We are also introducing some of the participants from Canada who will be getting on board the Freedom Flotilla mission this year, sailing for the Right to a Just future for Palestine.

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