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Maggie Fogarty, Co-Director of the NH Program, was one of the speakers at the May 1, 2015 rally in Portsmouth NH. 
On March 28, a group of Seattle-area anti-racist organizers came together to learn, heal, and put the juvenile justice system “on trial.” In this video clip from The Real News.com, organizers and participants talk about their goals for the event, the People’s Tribunal on the U.S. Juvenile Justice System.
"Night Raid” is a photo exhibition curated by photo journalist Richard Cahan, based on a visit he took to the West Bank in 2013.  Concerned by the impact that Israeli army night raids have on Palestinian communities, Cahan decided to make his own photographic “Night Raid.” The sixteen photographs are comprised primarily of people standing in their doorways in the West Bank village of Bil’in, a village featured in the Oscar nominated documentary Five Broken Cameras.
This account of treatment of Palestinian children is based on a 2013 UNICEF report, which drew its evidence from a database of more than 400 cases of child detention and ill treatment. For more information, visit www.nowaytotreatachild.org.
Tariq Abu Khdeir, a 15 year-old Palestinian-American, was severely beaten by the Israeli police force while visiting his family in Jerusalem, Palestine. This is Tariq and Suha, his mother, Khdeir's testimony of their ordeal. For more information, visit www.nowaytotreatachild.org.
A film which has been produced by a group of Australian journalists has sparked an international outcry against Israel after it explicitly detailed Tel Aviv's use of torture against Palestinian children.
Defence for Children International-Palestine Section (DCI) has produced this short film about Israel's ill-treatment of Palestinian children during their arrest, transfer and detention. "Alone: Palestinian Children in the Israeli Military Detention System" contains images of children who found the courage to talk about the appalling treatment.
Published on Mar 20, 2013 B'Tselem this morning urgently contacted the Army's Legal Advisor for Judea and Samaria, demanding his emergency intervention regarding the detention of numerous children, including some as young as 8 to 10 years old, by the Israeli military this morning in Hebron. Preliminary information received this morning indicates that Soldiers detained or arrested over twenty minors on their way to school. About ten of them were released. The video was filmed by an international activist.
A Palestinian boy, with his hands cuffed and held above his head, is  forced to stand beside the Israeli soldiers, who later start firing on Palestinian protesters. For more information, visit www.nowaytotreatachild.org.

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