This week, we spoke with an NYU professor about the Gaza encampment movement there. Through this conversation, the global stakes of place-based struggles come to the foreground, as we wrestle with balancing local demands for divestment versus the way the camps themselves are resonating in Gaza; Palestinians seem most excited by the fact that a solidarity struggle is underway around the world, not that particular demands are being made to particular universities. This question highlights the global character of anti-colonial and abolitionist movements, since the possibility of local struggles overflowing their particular, reformist bounds, and “organizing their space in the most radical way possible” offers their most important contribution to an international momentum.