by Sheila Katz

Two Films: Conversations as Activism

Grassroots contacts between enemies can be acts of resistance and freedom in and of themselves: friendships, community service, cultural cooperation, scholarly research, medical practice, women’s actions, secret meetings and public demonstrations. Two recent and important films about Palestinian-Israeli contact — “Encounter Point” and “Can You Hear Me?” — document such interactions.

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