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Before CAT's shareholder meeting, ask the company: How many more Palestinians need to become homeless before you react?

THIS ACTION ALERT IS NOW CLOSED: Thanks to you, we got over 2,500 emails sent to the Caterpillar Board of Directors before the shareholder meeting. Read what happened at the meeting here:

Caterpillar Board confronted in Little Rock over sale of bulldozers to Israel

CLOSED ACTION: On Wednesday, June 9, 2011, at 1.30 pm Central Time, the Caterpillar Board of Directors will hold the company's annual shareholder meeting, and they've asked to receive questions in advance of that meeting. Please ask them why are they selling bulldozers to Israel, despite the fact that it is common knowledge that these are used to demolish Palestinian homes.

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No More Demolished Villages

Media coverage: Forward: A JNF Drive To Make the Desert Bloom Means Destruction for a Bedouin Village Click here to join our February 18th call-in day to the Jewish National Fund. Media Advisory 18 Israeli and American Jewish groups:

TIAA-CREF: Divest from the occupation

Ask one of the largest financial services in the United States to divest from companies that profit from the Israeli occupation.

Israeli Artists Condemn Settlements

When some 60 leading Israeli actors and playwrights signed a letter stating they would refuse to play in the new theatre in Ariel, one of Israel's largest settlements, the attacks from Prime Minister Netanyahu, Israel's Minister of Culture and Sport and many others were swift and intense. Over 150 leading Israeli academics and writers- including Amos Oz and David Grossman- came to their defense.

Support human rights advocates

* Tell American-Jewish leaders to speak out against these abuses

Campus divestment

Students around the country are calling for investor activism to address human rights violations against Palestinians. Download our full statement on BDS.

JVP's Rabbinical Council

We are so deeply proud to introduce the new Jewish Voice for Peace Rabbinical Council co-chaired by Rabbis Brant Rosen and Alissa Wise (pictured above).