Allen and Katie Weiner
Allen and Katie Weiner

People are calling for transformative justice, and more than 50 years of Israeli control of Palestinian life are eroding America’s embrace of Israel. Father and daughter Allen and Katie Weiner reveal the growing perception of the apartheid character of Israel’s treatment of Palestinian families in this Haaretz article. Allen Weiner is a Senior Lecturer in Law, the director of the Program in International and Comparative Law at Stanford Law School, and the director of the Stanford Center on International Conflict and Negotiation. Katie Weiner is a recent honors graduate of Harvard University, where she was the Associate Managing Editor of the Harvard Political Review.

 

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