King's Centre for Social Concern, People for Peace London, and the Sparta and Coldstream Friends Meeting (Quakers) have invited Maxine Kaufman-Lacusta to LAUNCH her new book, Refusing to be Enemies:Palestinian and Israeli Nonviolent Resistance to the Israeli Occupation. (Copies of the book will be available for purchase, $30).
Non-violent strategies: The book presents the voices of more than 100 practitioners and theorists of non-violence, most of whom are either Palestinian or Israeli, as they reflect on their own involvement in non-violent resistance. They also speak about the non-violent strategies and tactics employed by Palestinian and Israeli organizations, both separately and in joint initiatives.
ADDITIONAL DATES, May 5-8
May 4 visit to Sparta and/or Coldstream Quaker Meeting
May 5 - Hamilton Quaker Meeting, 7 Butty Place, Hamilton, ON
Contact Paul Dekar: [email protected]
May 6 - Evening event at Beit Zatourn, Toronto cosponsored by Zatoun and Toronto Quakers' Peace and Social Action Committee. Contacts (Robert Massoud [email protected]) and Lyn Adamson ([email protected])
May 7 - afternoon presentation to U. Waterloo class, time tba; exploring possibility of meeting with K-W area Quakers.
May 8 - participating (with 30 min presentation) in alternative Mothers' Day afternoon event sponsored by Ontario Voice of Women for Peace at Friends House Toronto.
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