• Join us: Olympics without Apartheid!

    The following call to action was issued by the Boycott National Committee in Palestine: Like our Facebook page “Olympics without Apartheid” here! Llamado en castellano aquí | Chamado em português aqui Israeli military companies, all of which are deeply involved in Israel’s war crimes against the Palestinian people, among others, see the Olympic Games as […]

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  • USACBI Welcomes Dave Zirin to the Advisory Board

    USACBI is happy to welcome to its Advisory Board the well-known sports journalist and social activist, Dave Zirin. Zirin is a contributing writer for The Nation and author of many books including The John Carlos Story: The Sports Moment That Changed the World and Brazil’s Dance With the Devil: The World Cup, the Olympics, and […]

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  • An Open Letter to the NBA Players Traveling to Israel

    An Open Letter to the NBA Players Traveling to Israel by Dave Zirin

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  • Take action: Tell Minnesota Timberwolves to boycott Maccabi Haifa!

    Minnesota Break the Bonds is calling for the first ever sports boycott action of an Israeli team in the United States. See below to learn how you can help make history!  The MN Timberwolves are scheduled to play against the Israeli team, Maccabi-Haifa, this Tuesday, October 16. This game is part of Israel’s vast public relations campaign to […]

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  • Over 100 organizations call for sports boycott of Maccabi Haifa in Minnesota

    Via Minnesota Break the Bonds: On October 12, 2012, the Minnesota Break the Bonds Campaign, along with over 100 organizations from around the world, sent the following letter to each of the Minnesota Timberwolves players. With a sense of urgency, we ask you to boycott the exhibition game against Maccabi-Haifa, the Israeli team that you […]

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  • Twitter Alert: Tell the Harlem Globetrotters to cancel their trip to Israel

    *please circulate widely* Will you tell the Harlem Globetrotters to cancel their trip to Israel? http://wp.me/p1SPK5-2qQ We are asking BDS supporters to get the word out and tell the Harlem Globetrotters to cancel their May 1 & 3 games in Israel! See the letter urging them to respect Palestinian rights and not cross the international […]

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  • Samah Sabawi: No Level Playing Field for Palestinian Athletes

    From Australians for Palestine: The AFL Peace Team has already arrived in Australia to participate in this year’s AFL International Cup. It is being held up to Australians and the world as demonstrating that Israelis and Palestinians can work together for peace in Israel/Palestine. Samah Sabawi’s article below shows that all is not what it […]

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  • Letter to Kareem Abdul-Jabbar: Thank you

    USACBI is a signatory of this letter below. Follow this link to sign the letter! June 29, 2011 Dear Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, We are writing to commend you for your principled decision not to attend the Jerusalem Film Festival in response to “concern over the Nakba Day violence,” as indicated by the festival’s foreign office. Indeed, […]

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  • Red Card Israeli Apartheid! Tell UEFA to cancel under-21 tournament in Israel

    “Sports contact with any country practising apartheid in sports condones and strengthens apartheid” – International Convention Against Apartheid in Sports ON JUNE 22, UEFA President Michel Platini received a letter signed by 42 football clubs and dozens of team captains, managers and sports personalities in Gaza, demanding that European football’s governing body reverse its decision […]

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  • Red Card Israeli Apartheid – Palestinian sports groups challenge UEFA on Israeli hosting of 2013 Under-21 tournament

    Take Action! See here for action alerts, or join the Facebook page! As UEFA’s 2011 under-21 finals draw to a close in Denmark, the Palestinian sports community is demanding UEFA reverse its recent decision to stage the 2013 tournament in Israel. In a letter to UEFA President Michel Platini, football clubs, managers, players and other Palestinian […]

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