A talk by

Dalit Baum

Friday June 17 from 7 to 9 PM At TaborSpace (in the Dining Room)

5441 SE Belmont in the
Mt Tabor Presbyterian Church

Dalit Baum, PhD., is the Director of Economic Activism for the American Friends Service Committee. An Israeli researcher, scholar, feminist, and social justice activist, Dalit

Why would a nice Israeli Jewish girl support the Palestinian Call for Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS)?
Does BDS actually work and how?
Learn more about corporate power and war profiteering, and about organizing in Israel and the U.S. to expose these corporations and help them step away from the Israeli occupation.

Come to ask all questions, or to be reintroduced to the issues, Enjoy refreshments, old and new friends.

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Free and all are invited


* Jewish Voice for Peace-PDX * American Friends Service Committee * Americans United for Palestinian Human Rights * Occupation-Free Portland * Students United for Palestinian Equal Rights * Friends of Sabeel North America *

is the co-founder of Who Profits from the Occupation and of the Coalition of Women for Peace in Israel.

Land Task Force * Oregon/Idaho Methodist Federation for Social Action * Oregon-Idaho United Methodist Conference Holy United Church of Christ-Central Pacific Conference Palestine Israel Network * Lutherans for Justice in the Holy Land-Central Lutheran Church *International Socialist Organizatio * KBOO Community Radio

... More co-sponsors coming every day and will be announced at the event!

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