This award-winning film brings us into the lives of remarkable Palestinian and Israeli families who have all lost family members in the ongoing violence, and who decide through courage and heart-breaking openness to become bridges of nonviolent peacemaking. This is a true story of everyday people who have made the extraordinary decision to choose dialogue over vengeance.
The Culture of Peace Monthly Film Series is sponsored by Pace e Bene Nonviolence Service, AFSC, NH Peace Action, Temple Beth Jacob, the Concord UU Church, and the NH UCC Peace with Justice Advocates. All films are free and open to all.
As always, our conversations after our films seek to open a quality of space for sharing from the heart. We have created a "commons" which is unlike spaces that provide essential opportunities for debate and voicing positions and opinions. Our conversations seek to offer a different kind of spaciousness in which to share how we are moved, what insights or questions the film raised for those gathered.
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