|Tracking Star-Advertiser reporter Dan Nakaso's gratuitous use of the "B-word" in his articles||Article Date||Headline||Was B-word used?|
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|8/30/2015||Timing is crucial for clearing camps, sheltering homeless||Yes|
Thursday, May 26, 2011
First Annual Palestine Film Festival in Honolulu starts tonight, Thursday, May 26
Hot off the email:
The American Association for Palestinian Equal Rights (AAPER) is America's Free Palestine Lobby. AAPER's mission is to (a) educate Americans about Palestine and (b) help shape an equitable U.S. policy toward Palestine that advances equal rights in Israel and Palestine, peace in the Middle East, and sustainable security for the United States.
AAPER’s website is http://www.americansforpalestine.org
Please join AAPER as we host our First Annual Palestine Film Festival in Honolulu starting TONIGHT, May 26!
This FREE event will showcase films that highlight the situation in Palestine, the experiences of the Palestinian people and American responses to the situation in Palestine.
LOCATION Chaminade University of Honolulu
Henry Hall, Room 109
FILM SCHEDULE THURSDAY, MAY 26 7:00 - 9:00 PM
The Jenin Freedom Theater
This Palestinian Life
Occupation Has No Future
FRIDAY, MAY 27
7:00 - 9:00 pm
To Shoot an Elephant
SATURDAY, MAY 28
9:30 AM - 12:30 PM
Salt of This Sea
With God on Our Side
2:00 - 5:00 PM
The Easiest Targets
Off the Charts
Excommunicated: Enclosure Landscapes in Palestine
6:30 - 9:00 PM
Something to Prove
One Family in Gaza
Many thanks, Larry...It was an eye opener to what is missing in the American media as to truth of the Israeli/Palestine situation. I attended a much loved peace & justice activists, June Shimokawa's memorial on Sat. I was pleased to hear in Rev. Nakata's tribute to June, that June was always on the Palestinian side of this Holy Land issue. Of course I have walked beside her and spoken with her for justice for the Palestinians, but the acknowledgement to a full mixed church was worth applause and gratitude.
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