Join all of us in the Nonviolence International are meeting with Sami Awad, Founder of the Holy Land Trust in Bethlehem, will share about the impact of Covid-19 on Palestinians; changes in the conflict over 25 years; and nonviolent opportunities Covid-19 presents to people in the region.
Nonviolence Conversation from Bethlehem with Sami Awad
1030 EDT (1430 GMT) to 1130 EDT (1530 GMT)
Wednesday, April 1st, 2020
Sami Awad, Founder of the Holy Land Trust in Bethlehem, will share about the impact of Covid-19 on the Palestinian-Israeli conflict; changes in the conflict over 25 years; and nonviolent opportunities Covid-19 presents to people in the region.
Join us on Zoom, and if you are not in the first 100 participants, you may join us on our page,
You can access the webinar via Zoom through this link: https://us04web.zoom.us/j/178475625
Sami Awad is the founder of Holy Land Trust in Bethlehem, Palestine for which Nonviolence International serves as the US fiscal sponsor. Holy Land Trust is committed to supporting, training and developing nonviolence in the Holy Land. Sami was influenced by the teaching of his uncle, Mubarak Awad, the Palestinian activist who promoted nonviolent resistance to the occupation during the first Intifada (popular uprising) and was arrested and deported by the Israeli government for his peaceful / nonviolent activities.
Sami promotes and engages in nonviolent truth-telling, healing and transformation work in Palestine and world-wide. .
Sami Awad holds an Honorary Doctoral Degree in Divinity from the Chicago Theological Seminary, a Master’s Degree in International Relations from the American University in Washington D.C. and an undergraduate degree in Political Science from the University of Kansas.