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 While reflecting on her trip to the Holy Land, "Birthright" alumna Katarina Andersson began researching the political goals and strategies for the "Birthright" program, which offers a free trip to Israel for young Jews, ages 18-26. On Tuesday, March 5, 7pm in Friends 205, Katarina, an IC student, will share her research in a multi-media presentation,to provide a context for discussion.

IC Students for Justice in Palestine, the “Birthright?” event sponsor, encourages all “Birthright” alumni, those considering “Birthright,” and those interested in issues related to human rights and nationalism to attend this presentation and join the discussion.  Pita and hummus will be provided as refreshments. 

For information about the "Birthright" program, please see,

For more information and accommodations for individuals with disabilities, please contact Ava Carmeli at  Please make arrangement for accommodations as soon as possible.  

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