- What Palestine Taught Me About American Racism: op-ed by rapper and activist Vic Mensa explaining how a trip he took with the Dream Defenders exposed the similarities between the Palestinian people and the black community in America.
- Statement from Black-Palestinian Solidarity: statement of solidarity signed by over 1,000 people and 39 organizations.
- Inventing terrorists: the nexus of intelligence and Islamophobia: an exploration of the institutions and individuals that contribute to U.S.-Israel collaboration around “terrorism”, their links to the Islamophobia industry, the kinds of Islamophobic policies/practices that emerge from this collaboration, and the horrifying consequences for Muslim communities in the U.S.
- When I See Them, I See Us: video produced by Black-Palestinian Solidarity.
- No SWAT Zone: Resisting Police Militarization under Trump: analysis of how SWAT trainings and weapons expos like Urban Shield are promoted as counter-terrorism trainings, geared towards defending the nation against radical Islam, when in reality SWAT teams are overwhelmingly deployed against poor, majority non-Muslim communities of color in the U.S.
- Policing “Radicalization”: a discussion of the specific harms enacted on Muslim and Arab communities in the U.S. under the guise of counter-terrorism policies.
- Along Arizona’s ‘Palestine-Mexico Border’ Security Companies Are Making a Killing: background about the huge profit motive behind the cross-pollination of arms and surveillance technology between U.S. ICE and Border Patrol executives and Israeli military and private security industries.
Industry: analysis of the incredibly expansive Israeli security/consulting industry that these exchanges are part of.
- How Israel Became A Hub for Surveillance Technology: report on Israel's surveillance industry and its relationship to global policing markets.
- Inside GILEE, the US-Israel law enforcement training program seeking to redefine terrorism: analysis of the relationship between Atlanta police violence and police trainings in Israel.
- Statement from campaign partner Red Nation: analysis on the overarching systems of white supremacy and settler-colonialism that Israel and the US share in their oppression of indigenous population.
- Professor Nick Estes at the JVP National Member Meeting: speech about the connections between US and Israeli crowd suppression during Standing Rock uprisings this past year.
Malice Enough in their Hearts and Courage Enough in Ours: Reflections on US Indigenous and Palestinian Experiences under Occupation: narrative analysis by Waziyatawin, a Dakota writer, teacher, and activist, on the ideological and material similarities between U.S. and Israeli colonization, and the indigenous struggles in each context.