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Washington, DC: A Journey Through the Occupied Territories
Saturday, April 10th 2010 6:00 - 8:00 pm
Using a creative mixture of art and activism, Ellen O'Grady will present the everyday stories of Palestinians with a discussion of her new book, Outside the Ark: An Artist's Journey in Occupied Palestine.
Ellen O’Grady is an artist and social justice activist with seven years' experience working in Palestine and Israel. She recently ended a nationwide tour with her book and is currently working on a visual essay, based on interviews with Palestinians and Israelis.
This event is co-sponsored by U.S. Campaign to End Israeli Occupation and Foreign Policy In Focus, a project of the Institute for Policy Studies.
Washington, DC: Tax Day Protest of Military Aid to Israel at IRS
Thursday, April 15th 2010 12:00-1:00
Join the US Campaign to End the Israeli Occupation and other DC organizations on Tax Day to protest Israel's misuse of U.S. military aid to colonize Palestinian land, enforce its illegal military occupation of Palestinian territory, and commit human rights abuses against Palestinians.
Washington, DC, DC: Creating the Caring Society: A Progressive Alternative
Friday, June 11th 2010
Three day conference of progressives with two panels highlighted dealing specifically with Israeli/Palestinian issues:
Friday, 6/11, 2:30 pm: Rabbi Arik Aschermann - "Healing Israel/Palestine"
Sunday, 6/13, 3:30 pm: Arthur Waskow, Rebecca Subar, and Gershon Baskin - "Healing Israel/Palestine: Are Boycotts, Disinvestment and Sanctions the Best Way?"
There is also a rally being held by the conference in front of the White House on Sunday, 6/13, 11 am through 1:30 pm. Part of the event includes a memorial to those killed during the attack on the Gaza flotilla.
Washington, DC: Rally at the White House
Sunday, June 13th 2010 11 am - 1:30 pm
11 am - 1:30 pm. Rally at the White House: Send a message to President Obama: BE THE OBAMA WE VOTED FOR & Join the Campaign to Resist the Corporate Takeover of America
At 1:00 there will be a memorial for the activists killed by the attack on Gaza flotilla.
Washington DC, DC: The Freedom Flotilla & the Future of Palestine
Wednesday, June 23rd 2010 6:30
Ambassador Edward Peck, Former US Diplomat
Eyewitness to The Gaza Freedom Flotilla
Wednesday, June 23
ADC Heritage Center
1732 Wisconsin Ave NW.
Washington, DC 20007
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For more information please call 202-244-2990
Washington, DC: Non-Violence Training: “Become the change . . .”
Saturday, September 25th 2010 9:30am - 11am
Sabeel DC Metro Presents: “Become the change . . .” A Sabeel Workshop in Kingian Nonviolence How would Martin Luther King open minds and hearts to needed change in Israel-Palestine – and in the United States? Led by Tarek Abuata With Co-Trainers Avery Blakeney and Harold Vines Saturday and Sunday September 25–26, 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Washington, DC: The Settlement Freeze and the Peace Processes Freeze
Tuesday, September 28th 2010 12:30pm - 2:00pm
"The Settlement Freeze and the Peace Process Freeze"
Senior Associate, The Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
Editor, Arab Reform Bulletin
Senior Research Fellow, American Strategy Program
Co-Director, Middle East Task Force
Washington, DC: Film Screening: Gaza Hospital by Marco Pasquini
Wednesday, September 29th 2010 6:30pm - 9:30pm
The Gaza Hospital in Beirut is adjacent to the Palestinian refugee camps of Sabra and Shatila; it used to be a vanguard health center run by the Palestinian Red Crescent Society. The Hospital witnessed and endured the Israeli invasion in 1982 and the War of the Camps -- being severely damaged and later set up as a refugee center hospital, a refugee shelter, a building.
Film is followed by discussion with Ellen Siegel and Lauri E. King
Washington, DC: One Nation Working Together march
Saturday, October 2nd 2010
Join the US Campaign to form an "End U.S. Military Aid to Israel" contingent, and help us organize march participants to redirect $30 billion in military aid to Israel to unmet needs here at home.
Washington, DC: Israel & Palestine: Views on the Conflict from an Acclaimed Israeli Reporter
Monday, November 8th 2010 12-1:30pm
Amira Hass is an award-winning correspondent for the Israeli daily, Ha'aretz. In her over 20 years covering Palestinian affairs in the occupied territories for Ha'aretz, Ms. Hass had spent three years living in Gaza, and she has lived in Ramallah since 1997. Her time in Gaza served as the basis for the highly acclaimed book "Drinking the Sea at Gaza" (Picador, 2000). Ms. Hass also wrote "Reporting from Ramallah: An Israeli Journalist in an Occupied Land" (Semiotext, 2003). Ms. Hass is the recipient of multiple awards and honors including the Sokolow prize, Israel's highest honor for journalists.
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Washington, DC: The Eye Behind the Camera- Photographs by Elia Kahvedijian
Friday, December 3rd 2010
Gallery open from October 22-December 3
The Jerusalem Fund Gallery will feature 25 rare silver prints, taken in the 1920’s and 30’s by photographer Elia Kahvedijian, of historically significant images of Palestine, such as that of uniformed Palestine Police mounted on camels, and the above image of the Graf Zeppelin dirigible over Jerusalem.
These prints will be available for purchase.
Washington, DC: Annual Souk & Olive Harvest Celebration
Saturday, December 11th 2010 11am-4pm
Experience the ambience of a Middle Eastern souk (market) right here in Washington, DC. Enjoy an afternoon of music, coffee, food and the sales of textiles, pottery, jewelry and gifts from North Africa and the Middle East. Celebrate the annual olive harvest in Palestine and support Palestinian farmers by purchasing bottles of fair trade extra virgin olive oil imported from Palestine. Bring your family and friends to this fun and vibrant event!
This event is free and open to the public. Registration is not required to attend.