“I didn’t think you were worth it.”
—Owner Saul Zabar, when asked why he did not grant our meeting request
Let’s show him that it’s worth it to stop profiting from occupation! Join the NYC Coalition Against SodaStream* in front of Zabar’s on Earth Day to demand that Zabar’s stop selling SodaStream products. (Facebook event page)
Tuesday, April 22
Zabar’s, 2245 Broadway (at 80th St), NYC
Rain Date: Sunday, April 27, 12-2pm.
Check Facebook for weather info and updates by noon on Tuesday!
SodaStream, the Israeli-owned water carbonation device, is made in a factory in an illegal Israeli settlement on Palestinian land. SodaStream appeals to customers by marketing itself as environmentally friendly, but a product manufactured in the occupied West Bank—where water is funneled to the settlements and Palestinians are left with only a quarter of what Israelis can use—can’t be “green.” Help us celebrate Earth Day at a fun demonstration featuring songs, bubbles, and petition gathering to show Zabar’s that there’s nothing green about stealing land and resources.
*The NYC Coalition Against SodaStream includes Adalah-NY: The New York Campaign for the Boycott of Israel; Jewish Voice for Peace—NYC Chapter; Jews Say No!; and Park Slope Food Coop Members for BDS. For more information: adalahny.org/sodastream