The Stories of the Families Whose Lives Were Shattered
During the 2014 Israeli Offensive on the Gaza Strip
Thursday, May 4th - 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
At The Workmen’s Circle - 1525 S. Robertson, Los Angeles 90035
Located a Few Blocks South of Pico - Parking Available Behind Building and on Street.
Obliterated Families: A Multi-Media Presentation. Panel with Ala Qandil & Michal Grosz
Suggested Donation - for Students
On Thursday, May 4th, 7:00 PM, reporter Ala Qandil and filmmaker Michal Grosz tell the stories of ten Palestinian families whose lives were shattered in the 2014 Israeli bombardment of Gaza.
The last war on Gaza continues to concern world citizens, resulting in new books and documentaries studying what happened there. The Markaz co-presents a documentary screening and discussion in the series Progressive Conversations on Israel/Palestine and US Middle East Foreign Policy, cosponsored by LA Jews for Peace . Suggested donation , students. This program takes place at the Workmen's Circle, 1525 S. Robertson Blvd., LA 90035. Street parking (watch neighborhood signs).
The "Obliterated Families" tour is organized by the American Friends Service Committee (afsc.org). This program is cosponsored by Jewish Voice for Peace-LA and Friends of Sabeel.
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