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This week's episode of This Week In Palestine begins with the announcement of an exhibit of photographic portraits by Phyllis Bretholtz and printed excerpts from interviews with twenty Palestinians and Palestinian-Americans living, working or studying in Cambridge concerning the formation of their identities based upon personal experience, that of their families, and the complex legacy of their Palestinian background. Location: the Multicultural Arts Center, 41 Second Street, Cambridge, MA. Exhibition dates: December 5, 2013 – January 24, 2014. Website: multiculturalartscenter.org/events.
Following that, a provocative mock letter from Nelson Mandela to Tom Friedman.
Today's main subject is John's interview with two very special women, Susan Estevich and Sarah Driscoll, who recently visited Palestine for the first time. They tried to visit Gaza and of course were blocked. This wide-ranging interview included both women's horrified observation of Israeli settlers literally throwing their garbage at their Palestinian neighbors.
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