Photos: Salim Vally on Palestine solidarity in South Africa

May 23rd, 2011 | Posted in Boycott, Canada, Palestine, Quebec
    photo essay via Ion Etxebarria


    Photo: South African activist Salim Vally speaking at McGill University.

In May 2011 South African academic and activist Salim Vally gave a lecture at McGill University in Montreal entitled ‘Reading Edward Said in South Africa‘, the presentation focused on the growing Palestine solidarity movement in South Africa and specifically the recent move at the University of Johannesburg to sever links with Ben Gurion university. Salim highlighted the recent step toward the international boycott, divestment and sanctions (BDS) campaign in South Africa within a history of struggle in South Africa for liberation and in opposition to apartheid. Photographer Ion Etxebarria captured the event in photographs at McGill University.


Photo: Salim Vally lecture at the University of Johannesburg at McGill University.


    Photo: Salim Vally taking questions for a lecture at McGill University.


    Photo: Audience in Montreal attending a lecture by activist Salim Vally.


Photo: McGill professor/community activist Abby Lippman introducing lecture.

    All photographs taken by Montreal photographer Ion Etxebarria.

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