FILMS 4 CHANGE PRESENTS

PALESTINE BLUES
Courtesy of Cinema Libre Studio www.cinemalibrestore.com,
FRIDAY, December 9, 2011 – 7:00 PM

Home of Rachel and Jay, 601 9th Street, Santa Monica, one block east of Lincoln, one block north of Montana
Southeast Corner, Easy Parking

RSVP : RachelJay@earthlink.net or call 310-780-7363 (first 20)

DINNER B4 FILM: Meet @ Izzy’s Deli, 15th @ Wilshire at 5:00 PM. AFTER FILM: End the embargo to CUBA COFFEE w/ Izzy’s cookies. PARKING @ Izzy’s Deli: Rear lot on 15th. Street parking.

Palestine Blues (2005) 1 hr. 20 min.
While the Israeli government views the West Bank security wall as a critical safety measure, this searing documentary explores how it has also disrupted the lives of the people who live and work in the region. Palestinian American Nida Sinnokrot shows how the 400-mile barrier separating the West Bank and the Gaza Strip from the rest of the country has hindered trade, work and social interaction, sparking a grassroots resistance effort. Olive trees are bulldozed.

Your $5 donation will go towards your purchase of ZATOUN OLIVE OIL, Palestine in a bottle. Perfect holiday gift OR Change-Links Progressive Newspaper/Calendar and Cuban 5 Defense

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