Join Adalah-NY in asking NYC stores to boycott SodaStream, Oct. 26 - Nov. 2, 2014
Please join Adalah-NY this Sunday, Oct. 26, 2pm, at the south side of Union Square (14th and Broadway). In small groups, we will visit stores that stock and sell SodaStream and let owners and managers know why they should stop.
The following week (October 26 - November 2), we hope even more of you can join us by making similar visits to stores in your own neighborhoods. Click here and enter your zipcode to find out which stores in your neighborhood carry SodaStream. Print out this letter to give to store owners. Print out this document to help you take notes, or fill it out directly on our website. We will use your feedback to help us further develop our NYC-based campaign against SodaStream.
As several media outlets have reported, SodaStream stocks have been falling. Let’s help them on their way down - and out of New York!
Join Adalah-NY this Sunday at the south side of Union Square (14th and Broadway). In small groups, we will visit stores that stock and sell SodaStream and let owners and managers know why they should stop.
New York, NY, July 9, 2014— As Israel escalated its assault on the Palestinian people, more than 100 human rights activists gathered Monday evening near New York City’s iconic Brooklyn Bridge to mark the 9th anniversary of the July 9, 2005 Palestinian call for Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) against Israel.
The protestors spoke out against the current onslaught of Israeli military and settler violence against Palestinians, and vowed to intensify BDS campaigns targeting Israel, with the aim of ending Israeli apartheid and occupation. Since Monday, Israeli bombs have killed 40 Palestinians, including 13 children, in the Gaza Strip alone.