East End Artist Presents "Facing the Wall"

The separation wall, Israel's illegal 400-mile, 25-foot-high barrier in the occupied Palestinian territories, has created an outpouring of resistance art.

Join us for a multimedia presentation by artist and psychologist Hazel Kahan, Ph.D., to:

*learn about the policies and psychology that created the separation wall;

*analyze what it means to be on the right or wrong side of the wall;

*see the art that has grown up on the wall and about the wall.

The presentation will include audio from Dr. Kahan's interview with a resident of Batir, where the people were waiting for the wall to enclose their village.

Tuesday, September 25 at 7 p.m.
Brooklyn Friends Meeting House
110 Schermerhorn Street (corner of Boerum)

Transportation: A/C/G train to Hoyt-Schermerhorn; F train to Jay St. Borough Hall; 2,3,4,5,M,R train to Court St. Borough Hall; B25, 26, 27, 28, 37, 41, 61, 75 to downtown Brooklyn.

Sponsored by Brooklyn For Peace (formerly Brooklyn Parents For Peace)
Co-sponsors: the Peace and Social Action Committee of Brooklyn Monthly Meeting of the Religious Society
of Friends (Quakers); Artists Against the War; The Dialogue Project
For information: 718-624-5921 or www.brooklynpeace.org