Fortress On A Hill (FOH) Podcast

Fortress On A Hill (FOH) Podcast

Judith Norman on the Gaza offensive – Ep 146

November 08, 2023

Judith Norman joins Jovanni and Monisha to discuss her work and experience with Palestinian liberation movements and the current situation there on the ground.

Judith Norman has been engaged with community organizing for 20 years.  She has worked with movements for economic justice, anti-militarization, educational justice, decarceration, and the liberation of Palestine.  The latter is closest to her heart, and she has worked with Jewish Voice For Peace and San Antonio for Justice in Palestine.  She teaches philosophy at Trinity University in San Antonio, TX and the opinions she expresses are her own, and do not represent her employer or any of the organizations with which she is affiliated.

U.S. Campaign For Palestinian Rights

Jewish Voice For Peace

Middle East Children’s Alliance

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