Middle East Peace Project
Education - Humanitarian Aid - Advocacy
Working for peace and justice for the Israeli/Palestinian conflict through non-violence
We are proud to present
A Jewish-Quaker Perspective on the Non-violence movement in Palestine/Israel
On July 9th at 7pm at the Quaker Meeting house (950 E. Cimmaron St.)
the Middle East Peace Project and the Quaker Meeting are proud to host Maxine Kaufman-Lacusta, a Jewish Quaker activist and writer from Canada. She will speak on her experiences with non-violence in Palestine and introduce her book Refusing to Be Enemies: Palestinian and Israeli Nonviolent Resistance to the Israeli Occupation. For more information contact Genie at 719-201-8597
Great Support at the Al Nakba Event
On May 31st the Middle East Peace Project hosted an event remembering Al Nakba, with a great lecture by Dr. Nader Hashemi. We had a great turnout, and we want to say thank you to everyone involved, and for all the great, support. We are still continuing to raise money for Danielle Glassner, for her trip to ICAHD. If you would like to support Danielle, please email her at firstname.lastname@example.org. Read more about Danielle below
ICAHD Rebuilding Camp 2013
We are proud to announce that we are sending another peace envoy to Palestine this summer. Danielle Glassner is a graduating political science major from University Colorado - Colorado Springs. She is motivated to find facts on the ground, and to begin to continue to make a difference in the world. To support Danielle you can make donations to PPJPC.org and make a donation under the JOIN tab, or contact email@example.com to set up arrangements.
On July 19th the Middle East Peace Project will be staging a protest to call for boycott of Sabra and Tribe Hummus. We will be partnering up with our local Peace Campers, a group of young people learning the value of non-violence and peace in today's world. If you would like to join us please contact Jimi Hummer
Danielle Glassner our ICAHD Candidate to
rebuild demolished houses in Palestine
She needs your help!
Bill Durland's, one of the founding member of Middle East Peace Project, has published a book about the history, militarism, and peacemaking on the human rights struggle for Palestinian independence. Wonderful read with insight into the problem from someone who has been working on this issue for a lifetime.