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After three generations, why is peace in Israel-Palestine so hard to achieve?  

How do we understand the differing historical narratives to come to mutual respect?

How are issues of justice and human-rights playing out in this so-called “conflict?” 

How do we understand our own government’s policies and actions in being an “honest-broker” in the Holy Land?  

These are the types of broad questions addressed through Voices From the Holy Land Film Series by a coalition of over eighty interfaith (Christian, Jew, Muslim, Unitarian, Quaker) and interdenominational organizations in the Washington D.C. metropolitan region. Read on »

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May 2019
  • 5th Annual Voices From the Holy Land 2019 Film Series
  • Supported by an interfaith coalition of forty-eight organizations
2:30 pm Perry Auditorium, Washington National Cathedral 3101 Wisconsin Ave., NW
  • "This hard-hitting, fact-based documentary is a must-see for anyone who wants to understand the conflict and its distorted coverage in the corporate media." - —Deepa Kumar, Associate Professor, Media Studies, Rutgers University
2-4 pm @ The Residences at Thomas Circle - 1330 Massachusetts Ave NW Washington, DC
June 2019
  • RVA Voices From the Holy Land 2019 Film Series
  • Supported by 15 Interfaith Organizations
2 pm First Unitarian Universalist Church of Richmond - 1000 Blant Avenue, Richmond, VA
12:30 pm, Friends Meeting of Washington, 2111 Florida Avenue NW, Washington, D.C
July 2019
2-4 pm @ The Residences at Thomas Circle - 1330 Massachusetts Ave NW Washington, DC

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