Scarsdale Friends Meeting House
133 Popham Rd., Scarsdale, NY 10583
Join us for a talk by Rabbi Lynn Gottlieb
of the Community of Living Traditions
at Stony Point Center, NY
Beauty in the Community:
The Art of Resistance in Palestine
Art is a powerful medium for building community. Join Rabbi Lynn Gottlieb for a presentation and conversation about Palestinian refugees and the art of resistance. She recently returned from a month in the Balata Refugee Camp near Nablus, where she led a delegation of artists sponsored by the Fellowship of Reconciliation to work with the Women's Programme Center. Together they created several murals. Gottlieb will share what she learned about the current situation, including perspectives on prison, occupation, women's role in the community of Balata, the UN vote on Palestine, and experiences criss-crossing borders.
This event is free and open to the public.
For directions to the Scarsdale Friends Meeting House, go to http://scarsdalefriendsmeeting.org/scarsdale-meeting/directions . The Meeting House is on the north side of Popham Rd. and 0.1 mile from the intersection of Popham Rd. and the Post Rd. (Rte. 22). You will see a small, dark blue sign with “Quaker” in white lettering. Park in the SFM or adjacent lots, and come through the gate leading into the playground.
Co-sponsored by Jewish Voice for Peace-Westchester and WESPAC.