The Cambridge Bethlehem People to People Project invites you to an evening with Sa'ed Atshan Activist, Founding Director - The Theater Offensive, a grassroots movement and voice for the LGBTQ community
Welcome from Abe Rybeck - Ass't Professor - Peace & Conflict Studies - Swarthmore College raising awareness, fighting bigotry and hate through the LGBTQ Palestinian human rights activist performing arts.
"Activism isn’t just about focusing on specific causes; all forms of oppression, from racism and colonialism to homophobia and religious intolerance, intersect and cannot be disaggregated from each other" -Sa'ed Atshan
"Think about who we are: women, trans folks, people of color, people who want to drink clean water. That’s all of us. We are already under attack. ..We’re mobilizing as part of the resistance to this. I think culture plays a vital role in resistance. Culture is part of the problem that created the situation that we’re in, and it’s part of the solution." - Abe Rybeck
All are welcome for a coffeehouse environment of listening and talking. Light refreshments served.
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Event Page: https://www.facebook.com/events/353111325272674/
co-sponsors: The Middle East Education Group at First Parish in Cambridge Unitarian Universalist, Black and Pink, Boston Chapter, Cambridge LGBTQ+ Commission; Harvard Kennedy School Palestine Caucus; HLS Justice for Palestine , Jewish Women for Justice in Israel/Palestine; Dev Luthra: Artistic Director ASWR, ; Melissa Nussbaum: JVP, Red Sage Stories, WALLS; Unitarian Universalists for Justice in the Middle East - MA Chapter