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As Orange Media Network’s student-run paper, The Baro prints every Monday and produces daily online content at dailybarometer.com. DE L ANE Y SHEA | ORANGE MED IA NETWORK Lunch and refreshments are served at the end of the De-Colonial Justice for Palestine and Beyond conference March 3. The two-day conference featured quest speakers, workshops and artistic performances open to the community. Celebrating resistance De-Colonial Justice for Palestine, Beyond event highlights ways communities resist colonialism in Palestine, around world The Students United for Palestinian Equal Rights at Oregon State University hosted a two-day conference over the weekend. The conference, entitled De-Colonial Justice for Palestine and Beyond, featured presentations, workshops and artistic performances. Each event was intended to highlight the ways in which communities resist colonialism in not only Palestine, but around the world. Hosted in the Memorial Union Ballroom, the conference began Friday, March 2 with keynote speaker Nancy Mansour., followed by a traditional Palestinian dance and spoken-word performances. Day two of the conference kicked off March 3 at noon. Abby Martin, journalist with teleSUR English, led the keynote. The rest of the day included workshops led by activists, journalists and scholars—including a spoken-word performance by Palestinian poet Remi Kanazi. “No people should live under a system of occupation. No people should be ethnically cleansed,” Kanazi said during his poem. “No people should live under a system of apartheid.” SUPER has been an OSU club for over a year, hosting events and talks open to the community. The club is hosting a Chipotle fundraiser Sunday, March 11 in Corvallis. DE L ANE Y SHEA | ORANGE MED IA NETWORK (Left to right) Layla Adbul-Jawad, Heidi and Jenna Noelle, SUPER members at Portland State University, smile in the Memorial Union Quad. Use Snapchat or QR reader to access Orange Media Network content online!