Women Wage Peace Member Michal Barak at Lehman College

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Michal Barak (Executive Director of the Center for Multiculturalism and Diversity at The Hebrew University), is one of the founders of Women Wage Peace.  Initiated in the summer of 2014, following the end of the war in Gaza, WWP has since grown to include over 8000 Jewish and Arab women, secular and religious, with diverse political views and affiliations. Their unanimous call is for the return of the vision of peace to public discourse and diplomatic activity. They intend to break the prevailing dichotomy of peace vs. security, replacing it with a vision of peace as security. Michal Barak will speak about gender, peace activism, and peace networks in the context of the Israeli-Palestinian peace process at. Her lecture will be held in the Leonard Lief Library at 6PM – 7.30PM. It is sponsored by the Department of Political Science and Women Studies Program. RSVP. chiseche.mibenge@lehman.cuny.edu

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