Join us for a free public screening of the new documentary film from Old Dog Documentaries. Follow a group of American travelers as they witness first hand the corrosive effects of the Israeli Occupation on both the occupiers and the occupied. The film is not a history of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, with all its moral complexities and tragic suffering on both sides, rather it is a look at what life is like today for Palestinians. It invites and challenges viewers to question their own assumptions and prejudices. It invites open and respectful discussion.
Screening followed by discussion plus Q & A with director Anne Macksoud and a tour participant. Light refreshments will be served.
Co-sponsored by the Princeton Middle East Society and Jewish Voice for Peace-Central New Jersey.