Former UW-Green Bay faculty member Jerrold Rodesch (Associated Professor Emeritus of Humanistic Studies) and Sid Bremer (Dean Emeritus UW-Marinette) recently returned from a two-week visit to Israel and Palestine as part of the Interfaith Peace-Builders, a program designed to give participants a first-hand understanding of the conflict there. Rodesch told the Green Bay Press-Gazette (Jan. 8) they were especially affected by the Separation Wall, a 400-mile long, 25-foot high, concrete wall that Israel is constructing in the name of security. Here’s a link to the story.
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9 Jan, 2020