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On Sunday, October 22nd, more than one thousand from Yale, New Haven, and throughout Connecticut gathered on the New Haven Green to march around the Elm City in solidarity with Palestine. They protested the ongoing bombing campaign in Gaza, which the UN has called “a graveyard for children,” and that has left more than ten thousand dead, according to Palestinian health officials.

Whole families, students, and organizers marched for about three hours, chanting “Free Palestine” or “Not another nickel, not another dime, not another dollar for Israel’s crimes,” among other chants. People donned traditional keffiyehs and masked their faces out of concern for the spike in doxing of openly pro-Palestine people across workplaces and campuses nationwide. The rally was organized by American Muslims for Palestine Connecticut,
Students for Justice in Palestine at UConn, and Yalies4Palestine.

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