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'Roots of Peace' Talk at Unitarian Fellowship

Mon, 02/26/2024 - 09:32
U.U.C.S.F. is located on the Bridgehampton-Sag Harbor Turnpike.
Christine Sampson

Roots of Peace, an evening with Noor A'wad, a Palestinian activist and speaker, and Rabbi Hanan Schlesinger, is coming to the Unitarian Universalist meetinghouse in Bridgehampton Tuesday night at 7:30.

The two will discuss Roots/Shorashim/Judur, a "Palestinian and Israeli initiative for understanding, nonviolence, and transformation," a release said.

Admission is free, but R.S.V.P.s are required on Eventbrite. The organizers are calling the evening one of "deep listening and learning" and ask those attending to "arrive with an open mind. . . . This is not a forum to take a stand, protest, argue, or rebut."

Sponsors include Canio's Books, Sag Harbor's Christ Church, Gesher | The Bridge Shul, the Hamptons Lutheran Parish, and Ocean Zendo.

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