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Harnessing Nonviolent Power in the Palestinian-Israeli Conflict
Thursday, March 18th 2004 6-8:30 PM
Washington, DC


Speakers will address the growing interest in nonviolent resistance, examples of experiences and methods from successful nonviolent movements for national liberation, as well as the failures and limits of nonviolent action, and the extent to which other factors play a role.

Jack DuVall, co-author with Peter Ackerman of A Force More Powerful: A Century of Nonviolent Conflict, and President, International Center of Nonviolent Conflict
Ram Rahat-Goodman, Yesh Gvul (There is a Limit), part of the Israeli movement of reservists and soldiers refusing to serve in occupied territories.
Nadia Hijab, Executive Director, The Palestine Center



Location: 
Palestine Center 2425-35 Virginia Avenue, NW Washington DC 20037 

Contact:
Casey Reilly
creilly@palestinecenter.org
202-338-1290

Sponsored By:
Palestine Center http://www.palestinecenter.org


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