June 5th, 1967, often referred to as “Naksa,” marks the beginning of Israel’s military occupations of the Egyptian Sinai, the Syrian Golan Heights, and all remaining Palestinian lands. In doing so, it dispossessed 400,000 more Palestinians, adding to the growing list of refugees from 1948.
Join us at Queen Elizabeth park as we commemorate "Naksa Day," learn through resistance, and engage other community members in conversations about Palestine. Snacks will be provided. Social distancing measures will be enforced alongside sanitizer and masks.