Making Contact - In the Shadow of the Wall: From Gaza to Arizona

More than 2 decades after the fall of the Berlin wall, what have we learned about barriers that separate people?  In dozens of countries around the world, millions of people live beside border walls. These heavily militarized and closely watched areas can be dangerous places to be. On this edition, from Palestinian farmers struggling to make a living next to the Israeli wall, to shootings at the fence that divides the US and Mexico. Living in the shadow of the wall…


Alex Soto, MC Shining Soul, Hannah Hafter, No More Deaths, Isabel Garcia, Derechos Humanos co-chair, Majed Wahdan, Gazan farmer; Mohammed Qudaih, drone strike victim; Dr Nabil Abu Sahammalla, Gazan Agricultural Ministry Director General for Planning; Zahra Abu Daqqa, Gazan farmer; Saber Za’aneen, non-violent activist.

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No More Deaths

Coalición de Derechos Humanos

International Solidarity Movement

Palestinian Solidarity Project

Electronic Intifada

Oodham Solidarity

Gila River Against Loop 202

Stop CanaMex

No South Mountain Freeway

Shining Soul

Fences 2.0

January 18, 2013 - 1:30pm

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