Further thoughts on the cultural labor of poetry and art. Not merely "is it good?," but "what has it accomplished?"...reviews of recent poetry collections; selected poems and art dealing with war/peace/social change; reviews of poetry readings; links to political commentary (particularly on conflicts in the Middle East); youtubed performances of music, demos, and other audio-video nuggets dealing with peaceful change, dissent and resistance.
Sunday, March 1, 2009
Two Peace-Building Events on Israel/Palestine in the Cleveland Area this week
"An enemy is one whose story we have not heard." - Ms. Gene Knudsen Hoffman
Inviting members of Cleveland's diverse communities:
Students Neighborhood leaders Educators Activists
Businesspeople Clergy Everyone
Story as entry to relationship & change
An inspiring, hands-on community workshop for communicating across all lines
beginning with a new quality of listening to one another - to everyone.
Thursday evening, March 5, 2009
7:00 pm Educational Exhibits
7:30 SHARP - 9:30 pm Participatory Program
Free how-to videos and literature to take home
Case Western Reserve University
Peter B. Lewis Building, Room 04 - 11119 Bellflower Road - Cleveland, Ohio
Please RSVP to Nurete Brenner: 216-231-5166 - Nurete@hotmail.com
or Sue Wolpert: 216-371-8787 - SueWolpert@yahoo.com
Facilitators Libby and Len Traubman co-founded the 16-year-old Jewish-Palestinian Living Room Dialogue of San Mateo, California, featured on CNN. They are in Cleveland for the summit conference to design a National Peace Academy in the United States, and for this practical evening to offer modern tools of communication for your home, school, business, neighborhood, and global community.
Jewish-Palestinian Living Room Dialogue with mepeace.org
Event information on the Web at http://traubman.igc.org/clevelandevening.htm
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