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MES Film Series presents Little Town of Bethlehem

060 Eggers Hall

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"Little Town of Bethlehem" (2010) Written, Directed and Filmed by: Jim Hanon, 77 minutes “Little Town of Bethlehem” (2010) is a documentary about the lives of two men, a Palestinian named Sami Awad and an Israeli named Yonatan Shapira, both of whom have dedicated their lives to the non-violence movement. Followed by a panel discussion with: Dr. Bashir Bashir (The Van Leer Jerusalem Institute and Hebrew University of Jerusalem) Dr. Miriam Elman (Associate Professor of Political Science, Maxwell School, and PARCC) Dr. Louis Kriesberg (Professor Emeritus of Sociology, Maxwell School, and Founding Director of PARCC)

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Exterior of Maxwell in black and white when there was no Eggers building

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