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Two Peoples, One Future: What Would Palestinian AND Jewish Self-Determination Look Like In One State?
Thursday, May 24, 2018 from 7-9pm
Lecture by Prof. Brad Roth More and more Israelis and Palestinians—from across the ideological spectrum within each society— have come to question both the viability and the desirability of "the two-state solution." The declining prospects of the long-stalled Oslo process raise the question of alternative formulas for the realization of self-determination for both the Palestinian Arab and Israeli Jewish populations. Dr. Roth is a Professor of Political Science and Law. He teaches courses at the undergraduate, graduate, and professional levels in international law, human rights, political theory, and legal studies. The program will include a panel of respondents featuring Prof. Howard Lupovitch of Wayne State University's Cohn-Haddow Center for Judaic Studies. Presented in conjuction with the Huntington Woods Peace, Citizenship & Education Project.
Friday, November 3, 2017 from 7-9pm
This film, co-sponsored by Birmingham Temple and MCHR, will be held at Birmingham Temple. It tells about the complexities of the Israeli/Palestinian conflict through a human lens -- and the possibilities and hope that comes from listening to each others' stories. Facilitated by Rabbi Jeffrey Falick.
Friday, September 15, 2017 from 7:30-9:30pm
Readings, Music, Short Talks, Refreshments, Conversations All are invited to join with people from diverse communities to honor refugees past and present and to get to know our neighbors by gathering together, and listening to each other’s stories. In 1939, the S.S. Saint Louis, carrying 937 Jewish refugees, was turned away from the United States and sent back to Europe; 254 of those people died in the Holocaust. With this program, we will remember them, and all previous refugees who found no welcoming land and honor those, from wherever they may come, who need refuge today. Our country’s gates are once again closing. We stand and struggle against this. We say “NEVER AGAIN” for anyone. Come join us to hear the stories; to be informed, inspired, resolved. PLEASE NOTE: THERE WILL BE NO REGULAR SERVICE THIS EVENING.
Monday, May 18, 2015 from 7-8:30pm
More Americans and American Jews are now voicing concern about Israel's conduct in its conflict with the Palestinians. Panel Discussion: Ron Aronson, Professor Emeritus, Ph.D, WSU; Sam Molnar, student member of Jewish Voice for Peace and founder of U of M Hillel; Tova Perlmutter, Jewish Voice for Peace; Prof Howard Lupvitch Ph.D., Directgor WSU Centger for Judaic Studies; and Jeffrey Falick, Moderator, Secular Humanist Rabbi, The Birmingham Temple. Sponsors: Huntington Woods Peace, Citizenship & Education Project and the Birmingham Temple.
Sunday, April 19, 2015 from 2-4pm
Networking Organizing and Advocating for the Homeless (NOAH) (operated through Central United Methodist Church in Detroit) will benefit from the event, which includes food and performances by some of the best local jazz and pop musicians.
Thursday, November 13, 2014 from 10:30-11:30am
The Mid-term Election Analyzed Harry T. Cook is the principal lecturer of The Thursday Forum Admission: $5 – Students: No Charge For further information: firstname.lastname@example.org
Thursday, January 9, 2014 at midnight through Friday, January 10, 2014 at midnight
midnight through Friday, January 10 at midnight
Prof Mike Whitty, futurist, looks at Detroit 2030 Inside scoop on projects you can join/help/share/embrace Mike is looking for more bookings to give inspiring talks Lets brainstorm summer projects and regional unity & hope http://www.facebook.com/events/514602225304870/