Two peace activists, author Pamela Olson and lawyer-activist Dr. Jonathan Kuttab, shared their insights and wisdom about the Israel/Palestine conflict at Worship on the Hill on Tuesday, September 10, 2013.
Olson told the story of her personal path to working for peace in Israel/Palestine, which began when she graduated college and traveled there for two months when she was 21. Olson was quickly moved by what she saw as deep injustices against Palestinian Arabs, and underwent a deep re-evaluation of her views and opinions on how she, and many other Americans, typically understand the issue. This inspired her to return to Palestine in 2005, where she worked as a journalist and foreign press coordinator for the Palestinian presidential candidate Dr. Mustafa Barghouthi.
Join us as we work to help Foodlink reach their goal of raising $40,000 (the equivalent of more than 2,500 turkeys) for families and individuals in Rochester who do not have access to adequate nutrition.
The “turkey basket” where donations are kept
You can donate a turkey by stopping by the Admissions Office and putting a check or cash in the turkey basket on the desk. Or, simply use your smartphone to scan one of the Turkey Drive posters around school to make a donation on line. It’s fast and easy! Once you’ve donated a turkey, please take a paper turkey from the envelope by Polly’s door, write your name or a prayer on it, and stick it on the wall near the door.
Those who donate can leave a memorial or prayer on the walls of Strong Hall, first floor
Let’s see if we can get 50 turkeys by Friday, November 9th! A Foodlink hunger workshop will be held on CRCDS campus on Tuesday, November 6th from 1:00-2:00 p.m. in Room 117. Please contact Nancy Raca for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org.