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Posted on Feb 28, 2019

How the Gaza Great March of Return challenged the world

March 1-22 speaking tour

Ahmed Abu Artema
Palestinian writer, refugee, father of four, and advocate for nonviolence

Join AFSC in cities across the country to hear from Ahmed Abu Artema, a Palestinian writer and activist who believes in civil nonviolent struggle to achieve justice, freedom, and equality.

His visionary writings about nonviolence inspired the Great March of Return in 2018, and have appeared in The New York Times, The Nation, Journal of Palestine Studies, Middle East Eye, and other outlets.

Chicago, IL
Fri, Mar 1st
7-9 PM
Grace Place Sanctuary

637 S. Dearborn
Madison, WI
Sun, Mar 3rd
2-4 PM
First Unitarian Society

900 University Bay Dr
Berkley, CA
Thu, Mar 7th
7 PM
St. John’s Church

2727 College Avenue

San Diego, CA
Sat, March 9
6:30-8:30 PM
First Unitarian Universalist Church of San Diego

4190 Front Street

Santa Fe, NM
Tue, March 12
Unitarian Universalist Congregation

107 West Barcelona

New York, NY
Thu, Mar 14
7-9 PM
Brooklyn Friends Meeting

Schermerhorn St, Brooklyn, NY

Washington, D.C.
Mon, March 18
12:30-2:30 PM
Carnegie Endowment for International Peace

1779 Massachusetts Avenue NW
Tue, March 19
1-2:30 PM
Capitol Hill Visitor’s Center

Congressional Meeting Room South (CVC 217)
Tue, March 19
7 PM
Plymouth Congregational Church

5301 North Capitol Street NE
Atlanta, GA

Thu, March 21
7 PM
North Decatur Presbyterian Church

611 Medlock Road

Originally posted at https://www.afsc.org/gazamarchtour