Have Your Say: Is It Ok To Walk Off Of A Birthright Trip? by the Forward

Have Your Say: Is It Ok To Walk Off Of A Birthright Trip?

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In recent weeks, Birthright participants affiliated with both IfNotNow and Peace Now have staged walkouts from their trips, in protest of Birthright’s policy of keeping their programming “apolitical” — which protestors claim means that they’re not showcasing Palestinian voices during the trip.

Tell us what you think: Is it okay for trip participants to stage a walkout in protest of the occupation on a Birthright trip?

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Have Your Say: Is It Ok To Walk Off A Birthright Trip?

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