Israel/Palestine Hosted Exhibits

March 2024

Binkley Baptist Church in Chapel Hill, NC, hosted our traveling exhibit and held a 4-part series titled, “Speaking Truth, Seeking Justice: Stepping into the Whirlwind of Israel-Palestine” beginning February 7, 2024 and throughout Lent. You can view the video of that session here.

Guided viewings were scheduled for individuals and groups throughout Lent, while self-guided viewing for community members were available any time during office hours.

*Our traveling exhibit is available to groups/organizations at no charge.

Promised Land Museum Binkley Church - Chapel Hill NC - 2024

June 21-25, 2023

The Promised Land Museum was proud to be an exhibitor at the Unitarian Universalist General Assembly (UUGA) meeting held in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, June 21-25 with an estimated 2,000+ attendees from 1,000+ UU congregations expected. Our booth was situated back-to-back with the UUJME booth (Unitarian Universalists for Justice in the Middle East).

Our booth and materials were well received. Many who approached our booth were interested in the history of the Israel/Palestine issue and had not been aware of much of the information we presented.

*Our traveling exhibit is available to other groups/organizations at no charge.

 

UUGA June 2023

March 26, 2023

Approximately two dozen students attended this Rutgers University meeting, which had been organized by the Peace is Possible group at Rutgers. 

*Our traveling exhibit is available to other groups/organizations at no charge.

Promised Land Museum Rutgers University

March 2022

Thank you so much to Mark Jagner of the First Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Ann Abor, MI, and the leader of their Justice in the Middle East group. They had seen the Promised Land Museum exhibit when it was on display in the Social Hall at the 2016 UU General Assembly in Columbus, OH, after Sunday services and for the subsequent week. They have hosted our first in-person exhibit since before COVID. About three dozen people came to see the exhibit.

 

Here’s what Mark had to say…

“The display of the Promised Land exhibit on Sunday went very well. We had it set up in our Social Hall after Sunday services. In total, about 30‒40 people visited the exhibit. We’ll continue to display the exhibit during church office hours and will put it up again next Sunday. Feedback about the display has been very positive!”

 

*Our traveling exhibit is available to other groups/organizations at no charge.

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