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The War in Gaza: How Do We Work for Peace?

The War in Gaza: How Do We Work for Peace?

Join Professor Richard E. Rubenstein* of George Mason University as he discusses Gaza, the current political situation, and the prospects for the future. Professor Rubenstein will focus on the key issues of how we talk about events like this, how we can see a conflict like Gaza from the point of view of all of the conflicting parties, and identifying the paths to peace.

Adults and Teens welcome.

*Richard E. Rubenstein ​is a University Professor Emeritus at the Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter School for Peace and Conflict Resolution at George Mason University.  He is the author of ten books on political violence and conflict resolution, including Alchemists of Revolution: Terrorism in the Modern World (1986), When Jesus Became God (1999), Aristotle's Children (2003), and Reasons to Kill: Why Americans Choose War (2012).  His latest works are Resolving Structural Conflicts: How Violent Systems Can be Transformed (2017) and Conflict Resolution After the Pandemic (2021, with Solon Simmons). 

 

Date:
Tuesday, May 28, 2024
Time:
7:00pm - 8:30pm
Location:
Pohick Meeting Room 1
Library Branch:
Pohick Regional Library
Categories:
Workshop/Tutorial
Audience:
  Adults     Older Adults     Teens  
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