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New Meetup: Voices for a Two-State Solution (Discussion panel on Israel-Palestine)

From: Junko
Sent on: Monday, November 9, 2009 11:25 PM
Announcing a new Meetup for Voterbook Manhattan (formerly!

What: Voices for a Two-State Solution (Discussion panel on Israel-Palestine)

When: November 16,[masked]:30 PM

Price: $5.00 per person

Tolerance Center
226 East 42nd Street (between 2nd and 3rd Avenues)
New York, NY 10017

Panel Discussion: Voices for a Two-State Solution (Discussion panel on Israel-Palestine)
Date: Nov. 16th (Mon) - 6:30pm (*Wine/Cheese reception begins!)
Place: Tolerance Center - 226 East 42nd Street (between 2nd and 3rd Avenues)
New York, NY 10017 -[masked]

Moderated by Darya Shaikh, Peaceworks Foundation and Onevoice Movement

Panel Speakers:
Daniel Levy, New America Foundation
Professor Patricia DeGennaro, New York University/Huffington Post
Professor Naomi Weinberger, Columbia University
Professor Elazar Barkan, Columbia University

MYD?s mission is to stimulate the interest of people in government affairs and to promote the involvement of young people in the political process. We seek to educate young voters and those who will become eligible to vote according to the highest principles of the Democratic Party. Further, we aim to make voters as informed and involved as possible about current political issues. This year marks the inception of MYD?s Foreign Affairs Committee.

In the past, the committee has worked on policy papers and has been represented at international discussion forums. The discussion panel on Israel-Palestinian is of much interest to the committee and to young active members of our community. We hope to generate awareness of the conflict by having experts share their opinions and engage in a healthy debate regarding possible solutions.
Our panel discussion will consist of professors, activists, journalists and authors who will provide a historical context for the modern Israel-Palestine conflict and offer their thoughts and opinions on a two-state solution.

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