Ghost Town-The Hebron Story is a documentary directed by Ellie Bernstein, an advocate for social justice. The film released, in 2014, narrated by Martin Sheen, tells the story of the on-going conflict between Israel and Palestine with a focus on the city of Hebron, a microcosm of the West Bank. Al-Jazeera International Documentary Film Festival 2016.
Sr. Paulette Schroeder, who served with CPT in Hebron and has a brief role in the film, will join Ellie for an Ohio film tour. Ellie and Paulette will lead a discussion after the film screening.
February 2016 Schedule
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We invite you to join us this fall! From Sept. 14-24 Project Peace of the Sisters of St. Francis, Tiffin, Ohio will lead their annual delegation to the West Bank and Israel to promote understanding, community, and friendship. Delegation Highlights
- Meet with leaders of the nonviolent resistance at Bi’lin
- Learn about the Israeli Occupation from both sides of the Wall
- Meet with the Rabbis for Peace and a representative from the Knesset
- Stay at the Tent of Nations, Bethlehem, to witness settlements
- Meet with leaders from Christian, Muslim, and Jewish faiths
- Work with Christian Peacemaker Teams in Hebron
- Possibility of visit to Gaza
- Visit the Baka Valley to understand the importance of water to the region
Price of the delegation is $2500-$2800 and includes flight from Ohio, accommodations and meals, and transportation on the ground. If you are interested or have questions, please contact Sister Paulette Schroeder at 419-447-0435 ext. 136 or firstname.lastname@example.org Download flyer: West Bank Flyer 2015 2
Project Peace will be leading a delegation to the West Bank from May 5-15, staying first in Jerusalem to explore and interview Peace Activists: both Jewish and Palestinian. From there we’ll travel to Bethlehem, stay with Palestinian families, explore the area, study the WALL, interview organizations trying to deal with the Occupation, and then travel to Hebron where we’ll stay with the Christian Peacemakers while interviewing, visiting with Palestinians, hopefully meeting the settlers and the soldiers. I’m hoping to be able to travel right up to the border of Gaza also and visit the Jewish city affected by the quassam rockets. From there it’s back to Jerusalem or Bil’in, the little town resisting the Occupation and the Wall being built on their land. From there it’s HOME. I hope you’ll each consider the possibility of making this journey. The price will be between 2500-2800 dollars including air fare, and all accommodations, tips, etc. Much peace to each of you. Paulette
Last year’s delegation