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Peace and Justice Studies lecture to discuss reconciliation, sustainable peace between Palestine, Israel

| By Stephanie Weaver

Loyola University Maryland’s Bunting Program in Peace and Justice Studies will present a lecture and discussion with the Parents Circle-Families Forum on Tuesday, March 24 at 7 p.m. in the 4th Floor Program Room on the Evergreen campus. The event is free and open to the public. No tickets are required.

Parents Circle-Families Forum (PCFF) is a joint Palestinian and Israeli organization of families who have suffered the loss of a first degree relative, and who advocate for an end to the occupation and the conflict in Israel and Palestine. The group was founded in 1995, and works in two offices: the Palestinians in Beit Jala, Bethlehem, and the Israelis in Ramat Ef’al, Tel Aviv.

Two representatives from PCFF—Bassam Aramin, a Palestinian, and Robi Damelin, an Israeli—will give the lecture.

More information about this lecture and related upcoming events is available on the Bunting Peace and Justice Speaker Series website.

About the Bunting Program in Peace and Justice Studies:
The Bunting Program in Peace and Justice Studies and speaker series was established by a gift from Mary Catherine Bunting, Mount St. Agnes College ’64, a lifelong advocate of peace. The program, an academic minor launched in 2014, aims to offer students the opportunity to study and promote peace and justice through interpersonal, institutional, societal, and global contexts. 

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