Gaza Panel to Explore Multidimensionality of the Crisis

The Department of Sociology, Anthropology and Criminal Justice and the Middle Eastern Studies Program consider involvement in world issues and responsiveness to humanitarian crises as basic tenets of service, mercy, diversity, and justice that constitute a part of the core values of Saint Xavier University.

Due to the crisis in Gaza, the department and the Middle Eastern Studies Program have engaged in programming on campus to heighten awareness of the history and current humanitarian crisis in the region.

We invite you

to the third phase of our

awareness building efforts:

 

Panel Discussion

February 26th

12:00 P.M.- 1:30 P.M.

4th Floor Board Room

 

Panelists:

 

Christian Moledare, RSM

will discuss the lived experience in the West Bank and Jerusalem;

 

Peter N. Kirstein, Ph.D.

will advocate reassessment of the American-Israel bilateral relationship;

and

Shaun Harkin, Organizer, Immigrants’ Rights Coalition and ChicagoAntiwar Coalition, Writer, International Socialist Review

will address connections between the experience of the Palestinians and local marginalized communities.   

The Department of Sociology, Anthropology and Criminal Justice and the Middle Eastern Studies Program are grateful to the Diversity Action & Reflection Team (DART) for their support of this educational effort.

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