Film: “Martin Luther King in Palestine”

Join us for the screening of the film following an African American Gospel choir who travel to Israel/Palestine to be the chorus for a play written by Dr. Clay Carson of the MLK, Jr. Institute at Stanford University.

“MARTIN LUTHER KING IN PALESTINE is utterly unique. It shows artists meeting across worlds; it refracts the fierce and appalling political situation through the lenses of theater; it weaves together threads of suffering and courage, political activism and artistic creation; it creates revelatory conversations between African Americans and Palestinians. MARTIN LUTHER KING IN PALESTINE shows the power of art and is, in itself, a work of art.”

— Dr. Linda Hess, Religious Studies, Stanford

Saturday, June 7, 2014, 6 PM.

Visit the film’s Web site.

For more Information contact Norma Sigmund, 626.583.2734 or

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