RadioJustice presents a screening and discussion with the co-director of
The RJLA Team invites you to a powerful documentary, and we're asking for just a $15 donation to grow your radio station. Meet and chat with the co-director for an update on the Palestinian-Israeli situation today and at its inception. Tickets will be available at the door if we don't sell out, but seating is limited - reserve your tickets now.
Yes, this is the film the West Hollywood City Council doesn't want you to see:https://www.wehoville.com/…/weho-postpones-plan-screen-fil…/.
Through riveting and moving personal accounts of both Palestinians and Israelis, 1948: Creation...
|Kwazi Nkrumah, Chair|
|Kwazi has serviced as Board Co-Chair for KPFK Radio, Los Angeles; Regional Program Coordinator for the American Friends Service Committee, Pasadena; and C-Chair of the Martin Luther King Coalition of greater Los Angeles.|
|Schyna Pour, Secretary|
|Schyna is a social worker with a ten-year background in public radio broadcasting and advocacy.|
|Maggie Vascassenno, Treasurer|
|Maggie brings forty years of experience working in and organizing for not for profit community organizations, including the International Action Center and the Peoples Rights Fund.|
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