Thursday, October 18, 2012

Newsletter 10/17

The Students for Peace & Justice in Palestine (SPJP)
proudly presents...
Bill Quandt & John Mearsheimer, co-author of
The Israel Lobby
Middle East issues facing the next US President
October 25, 2012 
5 p.m. - Nau 101

SPJP Meeting
Monday, October 22, 2012
8 p.m.
Cabell 437

**Special Elections** for co-VP
Send nominations to Karla [ ]
Flyers for the Mearsheimer/Quandt event will be distributed at the meeting

Palestine On My Mind
N e w s

Between Anger and Denial: Israeli collective memory and the Nakba

Virginia Film Festival

5 Broken Cameras
In 2005, Palestinian filmmaker Emad Burnat set out on what would become a five-year journey to document non-violent protests in the Israeli-occupied village of Bil’in. Five cameras and a little over five years later, Burnat paired with Israeli filmmaker Guy Davidi to piece together footage from the five broken cameras and the stories that they captured. Their project intensifies, as Burnat’s friends and family are shot or arrested, and heated protests in the region wage on. Through violence and tragedy, the film’s narration features a theme of resilience – both of the filmmakers, and of a people. Saturday, November 3rd, 2012
6 p.m.
Nau 101

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