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Monday, September 14th, 2009

Posted on September 14, 2009 by Flashpoints

Netta and Maya - Shministim

Netta and Maya - Shministim

We’ll update parallel legal investigations into Bush administration torture, one being carried out by a special prosecutor of the US, and another investigation coming out of Spain; also, the battle for health care continues as the extreme right wing dominates the dialogue, we’ll speak to a powerful advocate of single-payer; plus, young Israeli women talk about why they refuse to collaborate with the illegal Israeli occupation; confronting stereotypes and cross-cultural identity within a brand-new one-woman performance called I Heart Hamas: And Other Things I’m Afraid to Tell You; and the Knight Report.

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Marjorie Cohn, President of National Lawyer’s Guild and professor of law at the Thomas Jefferson School of Law

Russell Mokhiber, Single Payer Action

Netta Mishly and Maya Wind, Shministim movement (Israeli refusniks)

Bay Area speaking events:

* Monday, September 14th 6:30pm, UC Hastings School of Law (San Francisco)

198 McAllister Street, “Classroom B” – First floor (to the right of the lobby)

* Wednesday, September 16th 6pm-8:30pm UC Berkeley

Multicultural Center/Heller Lounge, in the Martin Luther King, Jr. Building, located at Bancroft and Telegraph in Berkeley

* Thursday, September 17th 7:30 pm Sunnyvale Presbyterian Church – Fellowship Hall

728 W. Fremont Ave. (near Hollenback) Sunnyvale, CA (Take Fremont Ave. Exit from Hwy 85 and go east)

Jennifer Jajeh, actress and playwright – I Heart Hamas: And Other Things I’m Afraid to Tell You

W. Kamau Bell, comedian and director

Jennifer Jajeh’s introspective one-woman show on life as a Palestinian-American will premiere at the Off-Market Theater from September 24 thru October 24, EXTENDED THRU NOVEMBER 21st! with 2 special PREVIEW shows (September 17 and 19, respectively.) All shows will be held Thursday and Saturday evenings at 8pm. The Off-Market Theaters, Stage 205, is located at 965 Mission Street in San Francisco (between 5th and 6th Streets)


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