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The Protest - with the DieIn - was most meaningful!
The speeches were impassioned!
Several Google workers spoke (one of the speakers remained anonymous as she feared retribution.). A common theme spoke of how they had come to Google with idealism about the Company Values!
Google - had professed to be and had been a very progressive employer. It was an excellent employer which encouraged employee innovative efforts. The Company had supported a progressive agenda!
A professor of comparative literature at the Islamic University of Gaza, Alareer was famed for his role in chronicling Gazan experiences. He was instrumental in nurturing young Palestinian writers and helped them tell their stories in English, according to friends and colleagues.
Alareer spoke to CNN from Gaza City, on October 12 and October 13. He gave consent in written messages to share the recording in the event of his death.
Weeks later, on December 7, Alareer was killed by a strike in Shajaiya, in northern Gaza, his friend and colleague, Jehad Abusalim, confirmed to CNN. He was staying with his brother, his sister, and her four children, who were also killed, according to Abusalim, a writer, 35, based in Washington, DC.