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CKUT radio: Salim Vally on Palestine solidarity in South Africa

interview on the recent move at the University of Johannesburg to sever links with Ben Gurion university in Israel.

by CKUT Community News Collective

Salim Vally speaking at McGill University by Ion Etxebarria.
Salim Vally speaking at McGill University by Ion Etxebarria.

Listen/download an interview recorded live on CKUT radio's community news program Off the Hour with South African academic and activist Salim Vally gave a lecture at McGill University in Montreal entitled "Reading Edward Said in South Africa", the interview focuses on the growing Palestine solidarity movement in South Africa and specifically the recent move at the University of Johannesburg to cut links with Ben Gurion university. Salim highlights 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.

* Interview by Ray Corkum via CKUT's community news collective.

For more information on CKUT radio's community news collective visit http://www.ckut.ca/

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