Via Zoom - Adult Ed - Why Palestine Matters - Taught by Susan Landau and Rabbi Meryl Crean

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Thu, 03/12/2020 - 7:00pm - 8:30pm

Why Palestine Matters, The Struggle to End Colonialism uses an intersectional lens to link the struggle for justice in Palestine with other human rights struggles. The framework of intersectionality highlights linkages among all struggles for racial, economic, gender, immigration, education, mass incarceration, and climate justice. 

This course examines settler colonialism as the structure that undergirds the history of injustice on a global scale. By placing Palestine in a global context, participants are encouraged to link Palestine with other struggles for justice. What emerges is a dynamic theory of change based on cross-movement organizing, creating alliances to address systemic injustice, and building a movement for human liberation of all people everywhere. 

In line with Mishkan’s commitment to supporting memberslearningabout justice in Israel and Palestine, this course is offered by Christian-Jewish Allies for a Just Peace in Israel-Palestine (http://cjallies.org ), and is taught by an experienced teaching team of its Christian and Jewish members. The team includes Susan Landau (former Mishkan member and co-editor of the book) and Rabbi Meryl Crean (Mishkan member and member of Jewish-Christian Allies). 

$25 registration fee includes price of book and materials Make checks payable to: Christian-Jewish Allies for a Just Peace in Israel-Palestine Weekly reading assignments Attending all five sessions is strongly encourged Space limited; for more information and to register, contact: Lance Laver (llaver4@comcast.net) or Seth Horwitz (reachseth@gmail.com) * 

The course is based on the study guide, Why Palestine Matters, The Struggle to End Colonialism, published by The Israel-Palestine Mission Network, Presbyterian Church, USA, 2018. For additional information:http://www.whypalestinematters.org. 

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