A pair of announcements from J Street U, a national student movement which advocates for a two-state solution between Israel and Palestine.
The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict: Discussion with Chelsey Berlin
Woodburn 111 on April 4 at 7 p.m.
Join J Street at IU and College Democrats at IU for an exciting discussion about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict with an expert on the issue: Chelsey Berlin.
Chelsey Berlin is the director of B'Tselem USA, a nonprofit that builds support in the United States for the protection of human rights in the Occupied Territories. Prior to B’Tselem USA, Chelsey spent several years in the northern West Bank city of Nablus directing a service-learning program at Tomorrow's Youth Organization and a year in Tel Aviv as the recipient of a Dorot Fellowship in Israel. Chelsey is the vice chair of HEKDESH, a national giving circle. She earned her BA in Islamic and Middle Eastern Studies from Brandeis University. She will be focusing on the issue of Palestinian home demolitions in the West Bank and how this relates to the larger conflict.
For more information: https://www.facebook.com/events/850097965179555/
J Street Conference: Saturday April 14 - Monday April 16 Washington, D.C.
Spend a few days in Washington D.C. learning about the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict and the role Americans play in bringing about a two-state solution both on campus and on the Hill. If you are interested, please contact Leah Grynheim, J Street U Midwest Regional Co-Chair, at email@example.com.
For more information: http://jstreet.org/conference/#.Wo2ThBPwZAY