Sage Tyrtle talks about eavesdropping on silence.
Then, climb the Hebron Hills with Sarah Abušarar as she tells a true story of the early occupation years and her father’s interactions with the 1948 Palestinian refugee children. It is a story of kings, brave young men, and monsters. Come join the school yard resistance!
Three generations later, Sarah visits the same refugee camp in the Hebron Hills, where a ten year old refugee boy offers her something she never had – a minute of peace.
Music Remy Bourgeois
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