No Tech for Apartheid
Google employees lead sit-ins protesting company’s complicity in genocide

Tech workers are joining the Palestine solidarity movement in leading coast-to-coast sit ins at Google offices across the country

Google fires engineer for standing up for Palestine

Google continues troubling pattern of retaliation against employees for organizing in the workplace and against genocide

NYC vigil honors sacrifice of Aaron Bushnell

Aaron Bushnell had set himself on fire in front of the Israeli embassy in Washington DC on Sunday, February 25 to protest Israel’s ongoing genocide in Gaza and his country’s support to the war.

Self-immolation of Aaron Bushnell an “indicator…of the profound change in consciousness in the United States”

People across the world have highlighted the bravery and sacrifice of the US active duty soldier who was protesting the genocide in Gaza

Indians refuse to be complicit in ethnic cleansing of Palestinians

From major apparel makers to tech workers to trade unions and farmers’ movements, people across India have refused to be complicit in the ongoing siege on Gaza, while opposition parties have extended their support to the Palestinian cause

No tech for apartheid A movement to expose role of big tech companies in promoting Israeli occupation and apartheid

Hundreds of tech employees have been protesting against Google and Amazon signing a deal with the Israeli government to develop artificial intelligence tools under the so-called Nimbus project which will be used to trace and control Palestinian movements