Independant Journalism, Israeli Politics, and Human Rights: Lunch Discussion

Noam Sandweiss-Back ’15 is really excited and not just because someone also named Noam is coming to speak: 

Exciting News. This Thursday, from 12 to 1, J Street U at Wes is bringing Noam Sheizaf, the leading progressive Israeli blogger today, and Libby Lenkinski, a prominent voice for human rights in Israel, to campus. They’re kick-ass and ready to have a little discussion.

They have an hour to talk and are happy to discuss anything from alternative media, to the political implications of Obama’s re-election in Israel, to the state of human rights in Israel and the Occupied Territories. They are at the forefront of Israeli progressive politics, have a lot to share, and we are thrilled that they are coming to Wes. So come by in-between classes. We promise you won’t be disappointed.

Oh, and of course, a delicious lunch will be provided.

Date: Thursday, November 15
Time: 12:00-1:00 PM
Place: 41 Wyllys Room 114
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