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Book talk and Storytelling: A Land With A People: Palestinians and Jews Confront Zionism (Zoom only)

Wednesday, May 25, 2022 24 Iyar 5782

6:00 PM - 7:30 PMZoom only

 

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Join us for a special evening of storytelling and conversation with editors and contributors to the recently-published book A Land With A People: Palestinians and Jews Confront Zionism

Come hear how Jewish and Palestinian stories came together in this groundbreaking collection of personal narratives. Listen to their lived experiences and learn how these voices are forging new conversations and relationships.

Storytelling is one way out of the quagmire of argument and acrimony that so often characterizes conversations about Israel/Palestine. The organizers of this event are committed to holding a safe space to listen, reflect and ask questions. 

Participating contributors: 

Dorgham Abusalim grew up in Deir Albalah, a coastal town south of Gaza City.  BA College of Idaho, MA in International Affairs, Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies. His writing on Palestine and Israel appeared in Haaretz, Washington Post, Mondoweiss, and Palestine Square - the blog of the Institute for Palestine Studies.

Riham Barghouti is a Palestinian-American political activist, cultural worker, and educator. She lived in the Occupied Palestinian Territories for 10 years and currently resides in Brooklyn, NY, where she works as a teacher and instructional coach. 

Esther Farmer (co-editor) is a Palestinian Jew and a native Brooklynite whose passion is using theater as a tool for community development. She is the director of Wrestling with Zionism, a Readers Theater project. 

Rosalind Petchesky (co-editor) is Distinguished Professor Emerita of Political Science at Hunter College and the Graduate Center, City University of New York, and recipient of a MacArthur Fellowship. Her research, writing, and advocacy has engaged with transnational feminisms and sexual and reproductive rights. 

Sarah Sills (co-editor) was raised in a progressive secular Jewish family that encouraged her to work for justice. She is a lifelong artist-activist, graphic designer, and organizer, and the producer of Wrestling with Zionism, a Readers Theater.

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