Event with Code Pink and KPFA

“The Siege of Gaza Is An Attack on the Common Heart”

APRIL 28, 7:30 pm

First Congregational Church of Oakland

2501 Harrison at 27th Street, Oakland

Tickets: $12 advance:
www.brownpapertickets.com/event/62274
or independent bookstores, $15 door, night of event.

Event benefits KPFA Radio & Code Pink

World famous novelist and poet Alice Walker reflects on her recent visit to Gaza in a deeply thoughtful interview with Malihe Razazan, producer and co-host of KPFA’s “Voices of the Middle East and North Africa.” Introduced by Penny Rosenwasser of the Middle East Children’s Alliance.

Supported by Code Pink, American Muslim Voice Foundation, KPFA Radio, Middle East Children’s Alliance, Global Exchange, A Jewish Voice for Peace

“Going to Gaza was our opportunity to remind the people of Gaza and ourselves that we belong to the same world: the world where grief is not only acknowledged, but shared; where we see injustice and call it by its name; where we see suffering and know the one who stands and sees is also harmed, but not nearly so much as the one who stands and sees and says and does nothing.” —Alice Walker

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