Ireland Palestine Solidarity Campaign
التضامن الإيرلندي الفلسطيني
[Dublin] Join the anti-pinkwashing bloc in Dublin’s Pride march (QAI)
As in previous years, IPSC and other pro-Palestine activists will be marching in Dublin’s Pride march, as part of Queer Action Ireland’s (formerly Working Class Queeroes) radical bloc. We will be assembling with QAI at 12:00pm at 75 Stephen’s Green, outside the Hedgeserve offices, this Saturday, 30 June.
Join us as we challenge Pinkwashing; the Israeli establishment’s exploitation of LGBTQ+ achievements, rights and culture to conceal Israel’s ongoing murderous oppression of the Palestinian people. We will also raise awareness of the growing Irish campaign to boycott the Eurovision 2019 due to be held in apartheid Israel, an event that will be used to whitewash Israel’s war crimes and oppression of the Palestinian people.
Queer Action Ireland are superb and inspiring activists, committed to resistance against oppression in all its forms. The weather forecast is great, Pride is always a very enjoyable day, and it would be great to see you there – you don;t have to be LGBTQ+ to join, allies are welcome too. Bring flags, noise and good vibes.
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