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Voices of the Evening
audio documentary
PART 1 - Pre-Dialogue (26 min)
Opening dotgreen.gif - 1002 Bytes Hosts' welcome dotgreen.gif - 1002 Bytes Participants' personal introductions dotgreen.gif - 1002 Bytes Dialogue context & principles

PART II - Post-Dialogue (33 min)
Dialogue instructions dotgreen.gif - 1002 Bytes Participants reflect on their experience dotgreen.gif - 1002 Bytes Closing

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"An enemy is one whose story we have not heard."
- Ms. Gene Knudsen Hoffman

Inviting Cal's diverse campus community
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Crossing Cultural Lines
Story as entry to relationship & change

An inspiring, hands-on campus workshop for communicating across all lines
beginning with a new quality of listening to one another — to everyone.

Wednesday evening, March 17, 2010

7:00 pm    dotgreen.gif - 1002 Bytes    Educational Exhibits & Refreshments
7:30 SHARP - 9:30 pm    dotgreen.gif - 1002 Bytes    Participatory Program
Free how-to videos and literature to take home

International House Auditorium
University of California   —   Berkeley

Please RSVP to Ed Jones: 510 853 4353 or BerkeleyDialogue@gmail.com

Participation free

    This practical evening is to offer modern tools of communication for your home, school, business, neighborhood, and global community.
    Facilitators Libby and Len Traubman co-founded the 17-year-old Jewish-Palestinian Living Room Dialogue of San Mateo, California, featured on CNN. They co-produced two films: DIALOGUE AT WASHINGTON HIGH, and PEACEMAKERS: Palestinians & Jews Together at Camp. In Berkeley they'll offer this face-to-face experience that has recently meant so much to diverse students, educators, and others including in Houston, Charlotte, and Cleveland, where the Traubmans were on the Design Team of the new National Peace Academy. Mohammed Issa Abufayyad from Gaza, Palestine, is a pre-medical student at San Francisco State University. From experiences in youth as a medical rescuer with his family's Fayyad Clinic Center during war, and having also crossed borders to discover the humanity of the "other," Mohammed has chosen a life of healing through medicine and sustained relationship building.

Amnesty International at Berkeley       International House
Peace and Conflict Studies Department (PACS)

Event information on the Web at http://traubman.igc.org/calnight.htm
and on Facebook