JRC Israel-Palestine Trip Featured on Chicago Public Radio

Our JRC Israel/Palestine Study Tour was featured today on the Chicago Public Radio program, “Worldview.” I was interviewed along with trip participants Marge Frank and Michael Deheeger for an extensive and quite wide-ranging conversation about our experiences.

The first half of the program featured an powerful interview with Israeli Palestinian solidarity activist Joseph Dana, whose important work I’ve cited on this blog on several occasions. All told, a pretty important hour of radio.

Click here to give a listen. I strongly encourage you to tune in for the entire program; if you choose to listen to our interview alone, click here.

4 Comments on “JRC Israel-Palestine Trip Featured on Chicago Public Radio”

  1. Shirley Gould says:

    I listened from noon on, and almost turned it off because it didn’t have “our” trip. However, it did get fascinating, and made me very proud to belong to JRC — also better informed . None of my trips to Israel ever made me aware that there are thousands of people living and making their way in small villages. This itself was enlightenment. Thanks.

  2. Chrissy Steele says:

    Thank you all, Brant, Marge and Michael for speaking out so bravely for peace and justice in the Middle East.

  3. Paula Roderick says:

    what a transformational interview. Thanks for your courage and witness.

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