Join Lia Tarachansky, The Real News Middle East correspondent, for a look at independent media in the region and on the net. Recently returned from Israel/Palestine, Lia will show some of the videos she's done in the region. Her stories dig deep to answer the central questions at the heart of the news events. To view trailer. No corporate dollars, no government funding, no advertising, no profit. Just viewer supported uncompromised journalism. The Real News -- an independent network that delivers hard-hitting investigative videos online.
Since 2007 The Real News has produced more than 4,500 videos with more than 50 million viewers. The Real News is building a permanent base on the ground to broadcast video news by independent local Palestinian and Israeli voices to a global audience. You are invited to join the discussion at this intimate fundraising evening to kickstart the building of a Real News bureau in the Middle East.
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- No charge (suggested donation for Beit Zatoun at the door)
- Sorry, not wheelchair accessible
- Tasty snacks and refreshments (non-alcoholic) with oliveoil+za'atar dipping.
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